As millions of Americans look for ways to stretch their budgets to survive these tough economic times…
Archive for November, 2009
Last week on “This Week,” moderate Democratic Senator Ben Nelson told me flatly he would not allow a health care bill with a public option for a vote on the floor.
The numbers are dismal. But worse still is our reaction — or our lack of action.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Several Jewish groups are fighting a controversial measure in health reform legislation that would have the effect of eliminating insurance coverage for abortion for millions of women.
Every insurance company has different criteria to evaluate potential customers during the underwriting process. Because of these different criterions, customers may receive vastly different quotes from different insurance companies.
Opponents of health care reform periodically argue that legislation is unnecessary because anybody can get medical assistance through the emergency room
An elderly couple fear they will lose their home after being hit with a £72,000 bill over an accident that happened eight years ago.
Washington – — As Congress struggles to reform U.S. health care, critics point to Canada and Britain as the poster children of what could happen here with a “government takeover” of health coverage.
Wisconsinites are used to facing winter driving obstacles every year. But this season, motorists could face something scarier than black ice and blizzards — higher car insurance premiums.