Jamie Court

President of Consumer Watchdog

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President of Consumer Watchdog and author of Making a Killing: HMO's and the Threat to Your Health and and The Progressives Guide to Raising Hell: How to Win Grassroots Campaigns, Pass Ballot Box Laws, and Get the Change We Voted For

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