California Assembly Bill AB 52 considers controlling health insurance
In the past year, two of California's major health insurance companies have announced double-digit rate increases; both were scaled back under enormous public pressure. Now, there's a movement to allow state regulators to say no to unreasonable rate hikes.
8/3/2014News ReleaseSANTA MONICA, CA – Six health insurance companies financing the No on Proposition 45 committee have donated $37.3 million... More >
8/5/2014News ReleaseConsumer Watchdog Campaign: Prop 45 Could Save Californians As Much As $1 Billion Annually On Health InsuranceSanta Monica, CA – Proposition 45 is projected to bring up to $1 billion per year – $612 per family – in... More >
11/13/2014News ReleaseSanta Monica, CA – Beginning on Saturday consumers may enroll in new health coverage or switch plans for 2015. Consumers... More >
2/8/2014News StoryFor millions, subsidies don't kick in until up to 9.5% of their income goes to premiums. The lure used to get uninsured... More >
3/8/2014News StoryDawn and Nick LaPolla of Fair Oaks are solidly middle class, and they aren’t uninsured. Yet their required switch to a new... More >