By Steve Maviglio Majority Report
Consumerwatchdog.org, the publicity-hungry group that bills itself as a “consumer advocate” despite having no members and refusing to reveal its secret funders, launched a Hail Mary stunt today in an attempt to save a measure pending in the state legislature that would result in lining the organization’s pockets with millions of dollars.
Jamie Court, the group’s six-figure paid executive director, told the San Francisco Chronicle that it would launch a ballot measure to roll back health insurance rates.
Here’s why I’m calling BS on this PR stunt.
1. ConsumerWatchdog has no money to qualify an initiative, nevermind pass it. With so many measures looking for signatures, it’s likely to
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