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49 Tragedies that Prop. 46 Would Have Prevented

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49 Tragedies that Prop. 46 Would Have Prevented

Last Updated January 25, 2019

Despite their $50 million budget, the insurance industry can’t escape the fact that hundreds of people have been harmed by medical negligence and doctor-shopping prescription drug addicts.   Instead, opponents of Prop. 46 flood the air with advertisements attacking the lawyers who – unlike the insurance industry – actually protect the rights of these victims.

Since the opponents of Prop. 46 won’t share the facts with voters, advocates of Prop. 46 have asked victims of these unavoidable tragedies to share their stories so that voters can learn why California needs Prop. 46 to pass.   You can read their stories here.