Doug Heller

Executive Director, Consumer Watchdog

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Executive Director of Consumer Watchdog, he is leading the effort of “Stop Prop 17”

Doug Heller on KCRW

Supporters say Prop 17 will lower insurance rates for 82% of California drivers.  Opponents ask, why would an insurance company sponsor a measure that might cost it money?

Prop. 17 and Populist Appeals

Supporters say Prop 17 will lower insurance rates for 82% of California drivers. Opponents ask, why would an insurance company sponsor a measure that might cost it money?

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