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  • Mercury General using guise of benevolence to assault Prop. 103

    Mercury General using guise of benevolence to assault Prop. 103
    The art of setting automobile insurance rates is incomprehensible to most of us civilians. Liability coverage, comprehensive insurance, assigned risk pools, discounts, surcharges . . . the list goes on. Just try to figure out how your carrier arrived at the figure at the bottom of your itemized bill -- I know nuclear physicists who can't do that math.
  • Prop. 33 is billionaire's attempt to manipulate public policy

    Prop. 33 is billionaire's attempt to manipulate public policy
    George Joseph must think that the old saw defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result doesn't apply to him — or at least that it's amenable to tweaking. Joseph, the billionaire nonagenarian founder and...

    The ballot's millionaires and billionaires

     
    Six of the 11 propositions voters consider Tuesday reflect the handiwork of individual millionaires and billionaires. They put up the cash to get them on the ballot and in some cases have funded almost the entire campaigns Here’s a look...

    Mercury chairman backs another auto-insurance discount initiative

     
    Backers of an automobile insurance initiative that was bankrolled by Mercury General Corp., and which voters turned down last year, want to try again.

    Los Angeles auto insurance executive puts $8 million into initiative campaign

     
    Opponents, led by Consumer Watchdog, a Santa Monica activist group whose founder, Harvey Rosenfeld wrote Proposition 103, contend that Joseph's proposed initiative unfairly would rewrite the 1988 initiative to allow insurers to discriminate against...