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November 6, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The former head of Los Angeles-based Transit Casualty Co., a high-risk insurer that left up to $4 billion in unpaid claims when it crumbled in 1985, has pleaded innocent to a charge of filing a false financial statement. George Pettengill Bowie, 64, Transit's former chairman and chief executive officer, entered the plea Thursday in Circuit Court after his indictment by a Cole County grand jury, county prosecutor Richard Callahan said today.
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November 7, 1989 | From Associated Press
The former head of Transit Casualty Co., a high-risk insurer that left up to $4 billion in unpaid claims when it crumbled in 1985, has pleaded innocent to a charge of filing a false financial statement. George Pettengill Bowie, 64, Transit's former chairman and chief executive, entered the plea Thursday in Circuit Court after his indictment by a Cole County grand jury, county prosecutor Richard Callahan said Sunday.
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BUSINESS
November 7, 1989 | From Associated Press
The former head of Transit Casualty Co., a high-risk insurer that left up to $4 billion in unpaid claims when it crumbled in 1985, has pleaded innocent to a charge of filing a false financial statement. George Pettengill Bowie, 64, Transit's former chairman and chief executive, entered the plea Thursday in Circuit Court after his indictment by a Cole County grand jury, county prosecutor Richard Callahan said Sunday.
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November 6, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The former head of Los Angeles-based Transit Casualty Co., a high-risk insurer that left up to $4 billion in unpaid claims when it crumbled in 1985, has pleaded innocent to a charge of filing a false financial statement. George Pettengill Bowie, 64, Transit's former chairman and chief executive officer, entered the plea Thursday in Circuit Court after his indictment by a Cole County grand jury, county prosecutor Richard Callahan said today.
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June 11, 1990 | WILLIAM C. GEORGE, William C. George was chief consultant for the Assembly Finance and Insurance Committee for nine years. He is now assistant chief clerk of the Assembly. and
We're now at the "elected insurance commissioner" part of our story of California's quest for lower auto-insurance rates--or Phantom Promises, the Saga of Proposition 103. While the legality of Proposition 103 has generally been upheld, the court has clearly protected the right of insurers to a fair economic return. This has rendered the proposition, in effect, unworkable.
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