As part of the stimulus bill passed early this year, the federal government started paying a big chunk of the health insurance premiums for recently unemployed workers.
Archive for October, 2009
Signature gathering begins this week on an initiative scheduled for the 2010 ballot which will fix an inconsistency in the law, expand a discount, and lower auto insurance rates for millions of California consumers who continually maintain auto insurance coverage.
This may seem like old news but we are in a bit of an economic bind these days. Front and center in this bind is the home foreclosure crisis which is gripping America from coast to coast.
You mentioned that anyone with an American Express card can pay $20 per rental for $75,000 worth of primary (not secondary) coverage. How does it work?
Under PetFirst’s Adoption Program, the new pet parents can sign up for
health-insurance plans providing up to $1,000 of annual accident and illness
A Neenah lawmaker wants to repeal recent changes to the state’s auto insurance laws. Senator Mike Ellis says provisions in the state budget required minimum amounts of coverage for all drivers in Wisconsin and they’re driving up insurance rates.
Democratic aides say Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who does not have the 60 votes needed to kill a filibuster on his health care bill, could end up falling back on an alternative plan pushed by Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe.
As the busiest week for malicious damage approaches, AXA is warning households that having home insurance in place could mean the difference between a trick or a treat costing them dearly.
Prospects for a Senate deal to extend the homebuyer tax credit remain good. But details still need to be worked out, and worries about its cost and effectiveness are weighing on some lawmakers’ minds.
WASHINGTON — Businesses would not be required to provide health insurance under legislation being readied for Senate debate, but large firms would owe significant penalties if any worker needed government subsidies to buy coverage on their own, according to Democratic officials familiar with talks on the bill.