Dario Frommer

Californians against Higher Healthcare Costs

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Partner with the law firm of Akin Gump, he represents "Californians against Higher Healthcare Costs," which opposes expanding the powers of the Insurance Commissioner; former Majority Leader (D) of the California Assembly and Chair of the Assembly Committee on Health

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Whoever's elected as California’s Insurance Commissioner next week will have a lot to say about how much you pay to insure your property. We look at the candidates.

Next Week's Election… and Your Money

Whoever's elected as California’s Insurance Commissioner next week will have a lot to say about how much you pay to insure your property. We look at the candidates.

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