Consumer Watchdog has warned that members of the California State Senate have taken $2,353,000 in campaign contributions from both insurance companies and insurance industry trade associations in the last two election cycles.
Citing data from the California Secretary of State, the non-profit consumer advocate said that of the $2,353,000 total, $1.1 million was given to the 13 Senators who sit on the Insurance Committee - the committee that will decide on important insurance-related legislation this year.
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