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4/3/2011
Japan's nuclear power company didn't prepare for the worst a tsunami could deliver, even though there was historical precedent. Check this video of Consumer Watchdog's founder Harvey Rosenfield, who began his career fighting against nuclear energy threats in Washington, DC.
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3/16/2011
Consumer Watchdog's Doug Heller discusses the value of acquiring earthquake insurance as risk increases and premiums decrease.
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3/10/2011
On KGTV - ABC Channel 10 in San Diego, CA, Consumer Watchdog's Jamie Court discusses why the spike in gas prices - especially in California - has nothing to do with civil unrest, and everything to do with profiteering.
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3/9/2011
On KFMB-TV Channel 8 in San Diego, CA, Judy Dugan from Consumer Watchdog says rising gas prices are a form of highway robbery.
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3/6/2011
Go green and save on your auto insurance. Consumer Watchdog's Doug Heller explains to KGO-TV's Michale Finney how this may be the first time State Farm and Consumer Watchdog are on the same side.  Thanks to new rules under insurance reform Prop 103 you can save 1% to 2% on your auto insurance for every 500 fewer miles you drive....
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2/16/2011
The California Nurses' video of the protest that forced Blue Shield to halt its 59% rate hike for 60 days.  Americans are taking to the streets, and winning, even if you don't hear about it enough!  
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2/7/2011
Blue Shield of California is going to raise their rates by an outrageous 59% in less than three months. KABC-TV reports that the Speaker of the Assembly has raised $100,000 from Blue Shield while a single hearing has yet to be held on the rate hike.
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2/2/2011
Coverage of the February 1st rally at Blue Shield headquarters in San Francisco by the local ABC station.   As KGO reported: The decision by Blue Shield means four of California's health insurers have agreed to postpone their rate increases for 60 days. Blue Shield's rate hike is by far the largest. Nurses, patients and...
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1/27/2011
Coverage from DC of our mobile advertising van making its way across the city showing the animated satire "Mr. Schmidt Goes To Washington." Google CEO Eric Schmidt has refused to answer questions regarding its Street View Wi-Spy scandal. Consumer Watchdog is calling on Congress to summon Schmidt to finally reveal how much personal data...
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1/25/2011
This new animated satire, “Mr. Schmidt Goes to Washington,” -- the sequel to Consumer Watchdog’s popular “Don’t Be Evil?” video -- will be roaming the streets of Washington, DC on a mobile digital advertising truck for a week to make the case for why Congress should call Google CEO Eric Schmidt to testify...