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KCBS-AM (Radio) – San Francisco, CA; Carmen Balber Discusses The 6.9% Rate Increase For Geico Insurance

By Pat Thurston, KCBS - Los Angeles, CA Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.

The San Diego Union Tribune – Consumer Group Appeals Court Loss In Dispute Over State Insurance Records

By Jeff McDonald, THE SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE The Los Angeles advocacy group that unsuccessfully sued California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and the Department of Insurance over their refusal to turn over documents they said were exempt from public...

KNX-AM (Radio) – Los Angeles, CA; Higher Rates From Geico, Mercury & Other Insurance Companies

By Staff Reporters, KNX - Los Angeles, CA February 25, 2023 Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.

Best Wire – California Settlement Sets MIEC’s Rate Decrease of 7.2%

By Timothy Darragh, BEST WIRE A proposed increase in rates for Medical Insurance Exchange of California has become a 7.2% decrease after intervention by the California Department of Insurance and Consumer Watchdog. In November 2020, the member-owned medical liability company applied...

KABC-LA (ABC) – Los Angeles, CA; Insurance Companies Owe Consumers Billions

Major car insurers are asking for rate hikes up to 6.9%.

KCBS-AM (Radio) – San Francisco, CA; Insurance Commission Should Step Into Force Insurance Companies to Refund the Full Amount They Owe Consumers

By Staff Reporters, KCBS - San Francisco, CA Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.

KNX-AM (Radio) – Los Angeles, CA; CA’s Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara Has Approved Big Rate Hikes

The state insurance Commissioner has approved some big rate hikes. Most recently, a 6.9 % increase for Triple-A which insures about 1.4 million Californians that rating.

The Los Angeles Times – Californians, Brace for Another Bill Increase: Your Car Insurance

By Ronald D. White, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES Some California drivers will be getting a nasty surprise when they open their car insurance bills this year. That's because California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara approved some big rate hikes in the...

Cal Matters – Could Public Records Act Be Made More Useful?

By Dan Walters, CAL MATTERS California's Public Records Act, signed by then-Gov. Ronald Reagan in 1968, gives the public the legal right to examine governmental documents, with a few specified exceptions. The state's voters bolstered the PRA in 2004 by...

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