Consumer Watchdog's Jamie Court explains that thanks to deregulation of the energy market in Texas, utilities there have no incentive to keep things running, because they can jack up prices when demand is very high, like during the current crisis.
Carmen Balber explains how proposed rules move California one step closer to ending this unequal treatment for drivers without a college degree or a well-paid job who are looking for auto insurance.
Consumer Watchdog's Jamie Court explains how California's gas prices should not increase this week because of the Texas ice storm, because we are not dependent on Texas oil for our gas supply.
Consumer Watchdog's Harvey Rosenfield explains why he's sued USAA for charging enlisted military members more than officers for auto insurance, among other things.
Jamie Court, President of Consumer Watchdog, explains how the demise of the Keystone XL pipeline is good for consumers everywhere.
It's been more than a year since the death of 23-year-old Demi Dominguez. Her family says that not only are they still mourning, but their legal battle against the hospital and doctors, they claim were responsible for their loved one's death, continues.
Jamie Court, President of Consumer Watchdog, talks with Randy Mac (NBC4 News) about Los Angeles’ Big, Dirty, Oily Secret...the hidden oil wells in Los Angeles.
'Catastrophic Model' Could Be Used To Set Your Fire Insurance Rates
By Michael Finney, KGO ABC TV-7 San Francisco, CA