Micah Weinberg

Bay Area Council

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Senior policy advisor at the Bay Area Council, a policy advocacy group backed by the region’s largest employers

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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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