Californians Rally for Insurance Reform at Blue Shield's SF HQ
By Staff Reporters, KGO 810 AM (San Francisco, CA)
Should health insurance providers have to get the state's approval before hitting their customers with rate increases? KGO's Kristin Hanes caught up with some clients picketing outside Blue Shield's headquarters in downtown San Francisco who say yes, they should, and speaks with one woman who says her bill has gone up 300 percent since 2005.
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