$1.75 Billion in COVID-19 Auto Insurance Savings

When COVID-19 stay at home orders and mass layoffs idled millions of motorists, the Consumer Federation of California Education Foundation got busy. In March 2020, we petitioned the California Department of Insurance to order auto insurance refunds or credits to motorists. Fewer workers were commuting to their … Read More ›

CFC’s Unending Quest to Protect Consumer Privacy, This Time in Cars

One of the growing trends in vehicle technology is that more and more vehicles are equipped with in-vehicle cabin cameras that look inside your car.  The Consumer Federation of California (CFC) is sponsoring legislation to ensure that the private data and recordings of those cameras inside your … Read More ›

A Conversation with Dan Morain, Author of Kamala’s Way

If you missed our online event on February 18, 2021 with Dan Morain, author of a new biography of Vice President Kamala Harris, you can view it here.

A Conversation with Richard Cordray

If you missed the online event on December 16, 2020 with Richard Cordray, author and former Director of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where he discussed his book Watchdog – How Protecting Consumers Can Save our Families, our Economy, and our Democracy.   you can view it … Read More ›

Workers deserve protection from COVID-19. The agency responsible for that doesn’t care.

Opinion NBC News

Prop. 24: Vote NO on confusing ‘Consumer Protection’

Bakersfield Californian Opinion

Big Banks Profit from White Supremacy. They Should Return PPP Fees to Black and Latino Communities

Next City Op-Ed

See which bills affecting California consumers and taxpayers did and did not pass

San Francisco Chronicle

Amazon deletes job listings for analysts to track ‘labor organizing threats’ following public outcry

CNBC article

Hold online sellers like Amazon liable for defective products

Opinion East Bay Times

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