Consumer Watchdog (formerly the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights) is a non-profit, progressive organization which advocates for taxpayer and consumer interests, with a focus on insurance, health care, political reform, privacy and energy. The organization was founded in 1985 by California Proposition 103 author Harvey Rosenfield and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California. http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/users/evan-thomas-king
Consumer Watchdog hosts the Rage for Justice Awards to honor the heroes and heroines of the public interest movement. The awards are named after Congressman Phillip Burton, one of the most productive and driven progressive legislators in American history. His story is told in John Jacobs’ acclaimed book A Rage for Justice.
About Inside Google Consumer Watchdog, a nonpartisan nonprofit public interest group, launched Inside Google to educate the public and opinion leaders about Google’s dangerous dominance over the Internet, computing and our online lives. Inside Google’s blog is authored by experienced consumer advocates and journalists working to expose the “black box” at Google with an eye […]
If you spent any amount of time in California between 1985 and 2015 you no doubt have heard of local television personality Huell Howser. Hosting a travel log show for local access stations throughout the state Huell provided insight and commentary that always delighted. Huell passed away in 2013, but his spirit lives on. Reruns of […]
NAFJobs.org is a website and assisting database storage for all available civilian and military based jobs that are available via non-appropriated funds (NAF) employment is considered federal employment.
Made possible by a grant from The California Wellness Foundation and with the assistance of the California Department of Consumer Affairs and the California Department of Managed Health Care. The California Patient Guide is intended to inform you of your rights to receive quality health care and what steps you can take if you encounter […]