George Joseph and Harvey Rosenfield have both put their ballot measures down for this year. According to the LA Times, Mr. Joseph dropped his initiative when he could not get support from the insurance industry. Mr. Rosenfield dropped his in response.
I think this is good for consumers. As I wrote earlier this week, the whole system is flawed. The initiatives should have been dropped and I am glad they were.
According to one lobbyist for the insurance industry, they will now focus on getting the governor re-elected. Why does that worry me?