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8/20/2012
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Rebate checks from health insurance companies did come in the mail to many Americans, even if they weren't as big as they should have been. A little-known rule under federal health reform calls for health insurers to spend at least 80% of their premium on actual...
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8/9/2012
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Consumer advocates say a major fire at an oil refinery in the San Francisco Bay area, one of the country's largest, will push gas prices above $4 for a gallon of regular on the West Coast. "This system is made to break. When it breaks, because there is so...
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7/26/2012
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If you're confused about what the term 4G means, you're not alone. The term remains largely undefined in the telecommunications industry. Consumer advocate Harvey Rosenfield explains how watchdog groups are trying to keep cell phone carriers accountable for...
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7/17/2012
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There are demands emerging that the Evergreen Oil Refinery change its practices or shut down. "They seem to be a pattern of problems," said Liza Tucker from Consumer Watchdog. Consumer Watchdog says the California Department Of Toxic Substances Control is...
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7/16/2012
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Jamie Court appears on the Fox Business Network to discuss the reasons and purpose of Consumer Watchdog joining the class action lawsuit against Hyundai's deceptive advertising.
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7/11/2012
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A Hyundai Elantra owner has sued the car maker over claims that the car gets 40 miles per gallon.
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7/9/2012
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Consumer Watchdog has sued the automaker Hyundai over its '40 MPG' claims on the Elantra model. The lawsuit alleges that Hyundai utilized high-impact television, Internet, and print advertisements that touted "The 40 Mile Per Gallon Elantra" without...
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7/1/2012
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As Consumer Watchdog brings suit against Blue Shield for reviving their "Death Spiral" scheme, Jamie Court stops by the KTTV news room to explain how the Death Spiral works, and why that practice was outlawed in the 90's.
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6/24/2012
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Protests outside Google's shareholders meeting in Mountain View took on a circus-like look Thursday afternoon. Mimes dressed in track suits followed shareholders into the annual meeting. As shareholders lined up to register for the meeting, Consumer Watchdog...
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6/21/2012
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Consumer Watchdog's Privacy Policy Campaign brought their "Google Track Team" of mimes to "spy" on investors as they arrived for Google's annual shareholder's meeting. The mimes serve as an in-your-face and farcical illustration of...