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Jamie Court

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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

Jamie Court on KCRW

Two years ago,  Southern California Gas asked state officials to approve a rate hike .

Is California’s Infrastructure Safe?

Two years ago, Southern California Gas asked state officials to approve a rate hike .

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Prop 45 is on the November ballot, just over 4 weeks away. California’s elected Insurance Commissioner controls what you pay for insurance on your home and your car.

Health Insurance Rates: Who's The Decider?

Prop 45 is on the November ballot, just over 4 weeks away. California’s elected Insurance Commissioner controls what you pay for insurance on your home and your car.

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