Competition Drives Cost Savings in Auto Insurance

If one thing stands out from recent news reports on auto insurance in Georgia, it’s that economic regulation and rate review are not needed to protect the state’s consumers from rate gouging. With nearly 90 auto insurance providers in the state, Georgia consumers enjoy more competition and choice of auto insurance plans than they do […]

Subsidies for Companies Are Not in Consumers’ Interest:

  This ConsumerGram draws on conclusions from research done by academics and public policy analysts inside and outside government.  It addresses the current scheme of subsidizing some telephone companies by making other companies pay fees well above costs.  These fees represent hidden taxes that consumers ultimately pay.  This “tax and subsidy” scheme has a long […]