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Hawaii ranks second on health insurance list (BizJournals)
Hawaii has the second-lowest rate of uninsured residents in the nation, after Minnesota, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation reported Tuesday.
Insuring NM''s uninsured (BizJournals)
It''s estimated that there are 91,000 gainfully employed people in New Mexico who could qualify for a new, government subsidized health insurance program, and 50,000 children from low-income families in the state who qualify for, but aren''t on the Medicaid program.
Working But Uninsured: Millions of Employed Americans Uninsured and Unable to Get Medical Care (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
A new study analyzing data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that a significant number of working Americans in every state do not have health care coverage, with more than 20 million working adults not having coverage.
Governor Bill Richardson Supports New Merck Uninsured Discount Program Targeted To More Than 45 Million Patients (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico supports the action taken today by pharmaceutical company Merck & Co., Inc., to assist patients in the United States without prescription drug insurance.
BUILDER Online: Home Building News, Home Plans, Home Design Ideas and Building Products for Home Builders (Builder Online)
BUILDER Online provides home builders with home building news, home plans, home design ideas, and building product information, helping them manage their home building operations efficiently and profitably.
New Search (BusinessWeek)
When the slightly built, white-haired prelate appeared at the balcony to give his first papal blessing, many Roman Catholics in the U.S., Europe, and elsewhere felt a sense of foreboding.
Not So Rosy, Jim (Los Angeles Weekly)
Consider the state of the city, Los Angeles, 2005. It is, said Mayor Jim Hahn on Monday, "safer, stronger and improving every day."
Pope Benedict''s Vexed Inheritance (BusinessWeek)
The staunchly conservative Pope Benedict XVI could surprise by tackling some of the thorny issues dividing his flock. Few believe he will
Migrant Workers Being Educated on HIV (New York Newsday)
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GM loses $1.1 billion in first quarter (Autoblog)
GM has just announced their biggest first-quarter loss since 1992 at $1.1 billion and a report from financial analysts on Friday has outlined a restructuring for the ailing company. The report called for GM to eliminate 20,000 to 30,000 jobs in North America and close 4 plants. It also outlined GM dropping at least one brand (Buick was picked to be sacrificed) and a restructuring the likes as