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Jeff Little: Health care bill gives Obama fans voters' remorse
I was once a big supporter of Bill Nelson. No more. He voted for that terrible legislation. In fact, our state did not even get a fair share of some of the juicy "bribes" use to get that boondoggle passed in the Senate. Ben Nelson of Nebraska did. Nice …
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Landmark Ruling Means Possible Jail for Evading Parents' Health Care Bill …
Mr. Pittas had the money to pay, but defendant's that won cases after being attacked by their state had insufficient assets to pay; reinforcing this fact: states' expect the child to pay if they can. “The best way to avoid having to foot the bill is to …
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Outside group claims Aaron Bean voted to give health care subsidies to illegal …
More pertinent to our fact-check, the bill would have expanded premium assistance to two types of children, if the Legislature appropriated money for them: children of state employees, and "noncitizens" or "not qualified aliens." The inclusion of …
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Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
Atlantic Information Services recently achieved a milestone as it reached 1,000 followers on its AIS Health Plans Twitter page. The 1,000th fan received a free one-year subscription to Health Plan Week, a weekly newsletter published for the health insurance industry. To access the Twitter page, visit http://twitter.com/#!/AISHealthPlans.
The managing editor of Health Plan Week, Steve Davis, notified followers by tweeting, AIS Health Plans just reached a milestone: 1,000 followers. Take that, Lady Gaga! Thanks.
The AIS Health Plans Twitter page provides targeted news, data and strategic information for todays health care managers from veteran health reporters and keeps followers updated on industry news, AIS webinars and new publications.
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The nations #1 source of timely, objective business, financial and regulatory news of the health insurance industry. Published since 1991, the 8-page weekly features valuable insights and strategies for health plan managers and others who must monitor the activities and performance of health insurers. Coverage includes new benefit designs and underwriting practices, new products and marketing strategies, mergers and alliances, financial performance and results, Medicare and Medicaid opportunities, disease management, and the flood of reform-driven regulatory initiatives including medical loss ratios, exchanges, ACOs and myriad benefit design changes that are mandated. Learn more at http://aishealth.com/marketplace/health-plan-week.
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Des Moines, Iowa (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
Rounding out nearly a decade of support for minor league baseball, the Principal Financial Group
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The Southeastern Conference is Tops for Women Who are Avid Fans of College Football
The Southeastern Conference * is the number one college conference for women who are avid fans of college football. About one-fifth of avid female college football fans** attended an SEC game, listened to one on the radio, or watched a game on television during the past year.
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Tyson’s return doggone good news for fans
By JC REINDL BLADE STAFF WRITER Tyson, the South Toledo dog who survived two gunshot wounds, received a hero’s welcome Saturday while making his first public appearance since undergoing eye and bullet-removal surgeries. The afternoon rally drew two dozen of the dog’s biggest supporters, who decorated a banquet room in his honor at Six Pack on Reynolds, 710 South Reynolds Rd., near Angola Road …
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Deficits Make Bush Tax Cut Fans Say There’s No Free Lunch
You won’t find a truer believer in the big tax cuts of the George W. Bush era than Glenn Hubbard , the 51-year-old economist who is dean of Columbia Business School. The Republican academic was instrumental in designing the tax cuts, first as a Bush campaign insider and then as the president’s first chief economic adviser. The idea behind the cuts, enacted in 2001 and 2003, was to encourage work …
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Blenko Fans Turn Out for Commemorative Glass Piece
Blenko fans braved a long line to get one of the 147 commemorative glass pieces made for West Virginia’s birthday.
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People who lined up to buy the first iPhone knew what they were paying hundreds of dollars for: a new cell phone that promised to be better. Apple Inc.’s newest gadget, the iPad tablet computer, falls into a category that’s foreign to most people.
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