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1/30/2015
Bite Back! Consumer Watchdog's new weekly segment where our seasoned advocates talk about the great hypocrisies of the day. This week Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court takes on the Keystone XL Pipeline and the Koch Brothers influence. See more of our Bite Back videos here or on our official YouTube channel.
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1/24/2015
Liza Tucker of Consumer Watchdog comments to LA TV-18 on why airline prices aren't coming down with price of jet fuel.
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1/12/2015
A Sacramento judge has tentatively ruled that Mercury Insurance cannot pass on the costs of institutional advertising, like its golf tournament the Mercury Open, to policyholders. Auto and home insurance ratepayers will saving millions.
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1/6/2015
Jamie Court of Consumer Watchdog talks about how deregulation of the TV cable industry has led to the profiteering by these companies, and that the recent proposed mergers will make things worse if approved.
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1/5/2015
MID-CITY (CBSLA.com) — Drivers are rejoicing after the price of crude oil dropped again Monday, signaling another fall for gas prices. Crude oil slipped to below $50 per barrel for the first time in five years, and experts predict prices at the pump could remain in the range of $2 per gallon into the spring. The dwindling numbers are tied to...
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12/15/2014
Jerry Flanagan, lead attorney for the Consumer Watchdog group in California, says hundreds of thousands of people lost their doctors when insurers sold narrow networks without notice. "Consumers here were told that networks are going to be the same as they were before Obamacare ... and those are flat out lies," Flanagan said. Kevin...
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12/15/2014
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) - Jonathan Bloom Reporting.   California's political leaders came to Oakland on Monday for a summit on climate change. And with new rules taking effect Jan. 1, some say the biggest battle right now is information versus misinformation. Governor Jerry Brown began his address to hundreds of climate change experts by...
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11/20/2014
Stephen Stock, Julie Putnam, Jeremy Carroll and Scott Pham of NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit dig up state records on medical mistakes or “adverse events” in California hospitals. Medical mistakes, or “adverse events” are the leading cause of death in the US after heart attacks and cancer. According to a new study...
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11/13/2014
Consumer Watchdog informs consumers about the top ten things they need to know before signing up in the current open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.
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11/11/2014
Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication