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Archive for May, 2010


Expect buyer’s remorse from health-care ‘reform’

May 31st, 2010

By BOB LATTA -  OVER the past year, Congress has conducted an extensive debate on health care. No one will argue that we do not need real reform, and I was proud to support meaningful alternatives that unfortunately never received hearings or discussion in the House. I believe the legislative process used to pass the [...]

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North Carolina cools on President Obama

May 27th, 2010

President Barack Obama jets off Friday for a weekend getaway to a funky corner of Appalachia in North Carolina, a state that boosted his presidential chances and now offers him a more tepid political embrace. Obama will ponder his Supreme Court candidates, tee it up on the golf course and add a fresh presidential element [...]

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Whole Life Insurance

May 25th, 2010

Insurance is one of the greatest inventions in the world but people don’t understand how much unhappiness could be avoided if they plan for the whole life insurance at the most suitable time. This can easily happen in present situation that people die without any warning then it is very hard time to your family [...]

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Connecticut Health Insurance reporting

May 21st, 2010

In ongoing attempt to offer American clients with the best medical insurance plan options, it is proud to announce Connecticut Health Insurance quotes are available to be compared at Connecticut Health Insurance. The health insurance industry of the US is determined on a state by state basis. Because these plans, premiums & rates are watched [...]

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Florida Health Insurance reform status

May 19th, 2010

The National Federation of Independent Business, a small-business lobbying group, connected Florida’s legal confront to the health-care reform law accepted in March, becoming the first confidential organization looking for turn over the gauge.     The group’s filing today came as the end-of-week deadline approached for amending the protest initially brought by Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum. [...]

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Health insurance pools for Minnesota

May 17th, 2010

A bill that makes a statewide health insurance pool for school staff is now headed for Governor Tim Pawlentys desk. It passed the House 77-53 early Friday morning. The Senate approved the bill Monday. Supporters have fence a pool would help limit spikes in payments and put districts in an improved position when manage able [...]

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Aetna prepared to halt enrolling new Medicare clients by federal agency

May 13th, 2010

Aetna’s marketing and enrollment of new Medicare customers will come to a halt April 21, after the discovery of compliance issues by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.  The CMS announced it would impose an intermediate sanction against the Connecticut-based health insurer to ensure its Medicare beneficiaries continue to have access to recommendation drugs [...]

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Cheap Car Insurance

May 11th, 2010

Car insurance has two major components: collision and liability. Collision coverage pays for damage to your car when your car hits, or is hit by, another vehicle or other object. To keep your premiums low, select as large a deductible as you feel comfortable paying out of pocket. For older cars, consider dropping this coverage, [...]

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California regulator investigating Anthem’s claims data for future filings

May 7th, 2010

By Keith L. Martin With one rate hike request reserved due to miscalculations, the California Department of Insurance says it is taking a earlier look at the strength of claims data used by Anthem Blue Cross. Anthem, an auxiliary of WellPoint, withdrew a planned rate hike of up to 39% for some customers after state [...]

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Iowa tells feds it wants to run high-risk insurance pool

May 5th, 2010

Governor Chet Culver declared Friday afternoon that Iowa will agree 35 million dollar in central funds over the next 4 year to work its own temporary health insurance strategy for high risk individuals. This step will help cover uninsurable Iowans as the country conversion toward execution of federal health insurance reform. Each Iowan should have [...]

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