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PIFC strongly believes that the state government should empower consumers to choose in what manner they receive communications from their insurance company, and not be limited to delivery through the US Mail system.

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Insurance Rates

California’s rules for establishing an insurance rate are unusually complicated, unpredictable and problematic. As such, creating a predictable system for calculating adequate insurance rates is the single most important issue to PIFC.


PIFC was founded in 1989 following the passage of ballot measure Proposition 103. Since then, PIFC has worked diligently to play a leadership role in the development and passage of California state government policies to help individuals have access to personal insurance

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By Jenna Yee | October 18th 2016

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Teamsters, Lyft Drivers Objecting to Class-Action Settlement

By fmedina | March 18th 2016

Five Lyft drivers and the Teamsters union will object to a proposed class action settlement, saying it would shortchange drivers by keeping them as independent contractors instead of employees, a unio

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