The Sacramento Bee – Gavin Newsom ‘Declared War’ on Big Oil. What Does It Mean for California’s Clean Energy Transition?
KNX-AM (Radio) – Los Angeles, CA; Governor Gavin Newsom Asks For A Federal Investigation Into SoCal Gas
Santa Barbara News Press – Next Steps Unclear On California Governor’s Push To Penalize Oil Companies’ Record Profits
Anthem Sued for Illegally Stripping Out-of-Network Coverage for Californians
KGO ABC TV-7 San Francisco, CA – Is TransAmerica Running A Pyramid Scheme On Its Policyholders?
Consumer Watchdog has filed a lawsuit against TransAmerica for unreasonably raising life insurance premiums on policyholders. Consumers who depend on these policies were sold a phony bag of goods, but in this case it was supposed to protect their lives and families. For more information on this case, go to http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/case/transamerica-life-illegally-hikes-cost-insurance-charges
Press Conference – Uncovered PUC Emails Show Gov Brownâ€™s Top Aide Used Official Office To Pump Up Stock
This press conference features Consumer Watchdog and attorney Mike Aguirre discussing the complaint against Governor Brown’s top aide, Nancy McFadden. She appears to have broken state laws by owning up to $1 million in stock in her former employer, Pacific Gas & Electric, and using her official position for personal financial benefit by intervening to inflate the company’s stock price, according to a complaint filed with the Fair Political Practices Commission by the nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog.
C-Span : Communicators Discussion on Internet Privacy
Privacy and cybersecurity lawyer Jim Halpert and John Simpson of Consumer Watchdog discussed the prospect of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) developing privacy regulations for the Internet. In late February 2015, the FCC announced it would regulate the Internet as a public utility.
WATCH: Video Shows Google Self-Driving Car Hitting Bus
A new video shows a Google self-driving car hitting a bus in California, the first such accident where the tech company said its vehicle was at fault.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority released the video to The Associated Press.
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