Insurer campaign support flap

October 1994
Business Insurance;10/10/94, Vol. 28 Issue 41, p2
Reports on the 1994 election campaign for the office of insurance commissioner in California between Republican candidate John Quackenbush and Art Torres, Democratic hopeful. Reversal of Quackenbush's stand in accepting campaign contributions from property/casualty insurers aside from agents, brokers and smaller insurers; Acceptance by Torres of contributions from insurance lawyers.


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