Jamie Court is the president of Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit aimed at protecting people, especially those who have nowhere else to turn for help, urges PG&E customers to keep a close eye on their bills and has the same advice for people who use other utility companies. “If you’re overcharged by PG&E, you should definitely inform the Public Utilities Commission. They’re supposed to be keeping tabs on this,” Court advised.
Over a year ago Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed a new director to the EDD. For Jamie Court, president of Consumer Watchdog, the change hasn’t been enough. “It’s shocking,” Court told FOX40. “We’ve had fraud, we’ve had payments gone amiss, we have a department with a computer system that’s ancient, and we’ve had privacy problems. And the problems just keep going on and on.”
Consumer Watchdog's Jerry Flanagan says there must be oversight locally and statewide on the pop-up COVID testing clinics who take consumers' private information without disclosing who they are or what they are doing with that information.
Bakersfield OB-GYN Dr. Arthur Park has agreed to surrender his medical license in an agreement with the Medical Board of California. Park was accused of negligence in the death of Demi Dominguez in 2019.