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North County churches join effort to increase health insurance coverage (The Californian)
NORTH COUNTY ---- A group of local churches has become part of a statewide effort to make health insurance available for every California child.
State health insurance premiums to rise July 1st for workers, retirees (KATC3)
BATON ROUGE, La. Most state workers and retirees can expect a double-digit increase in their health insurance premiums starting July 1st. Board members of the Office of Group Benefits say the reason for the increase is because of a rise in medical costs that''s affecting the whole nation.
State health insurance premiums to rise July 1 for workers, retirees (2theadvocate.com)
Most state workers and retirees can expect a double-digit increase in their health insurance premiums starting July 1. The culprit, according to board members of the Office of Group Benefits, is a rise in medical costs that''s vexing the whole nation.
Health insurance reform clears hurdles (The Union Leader and NewHampshire Sunday News)
CONCORD â€” The Senate passed a health insurance reform package yesterday that Gov. John Lynch said will help slow increasing costs to business and individuals.
State workers, retirees to see rise in health insurance costs (DeRidder Beauregard Daily News)
BATON ROUGE (AP) - Most state workers and retirees are slated for a double-digit increase in their health insurance premiums in the upcoming fiscal year - blamed on rising health costs affecting the entire country.
Two Newspapers Examine Recent Trends in Employee Health Insurance, USA (Medical News Today)
Two newspapers on Wednesday published articles that examined recent trends related to employee health insurance. Summaries appear below. New York Times : The Times on Wednesday examined how fewer "old-line American companies" cover the full cost of employee health insurance premiums.
With Demand for Complementary Health Care Growing, Washington DC Employers Can Now Offer a Health Insurance Plan to (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
American Specialty Health , the nation''s leading complementary health care organization, is debuting new health plan coverages here that allow Washington, D.C. employers to offer insurance benefits for complementary health care.
Health insurance plan hits money snag (Billings Gazette)
HELENA -- A plan to help Montana''s small businesses afford costly health insurance for their employees has hit a financial snag in the Legislature.
N.H. Senate moves to change insurance law (Citizen Online)
CONCORD â€” The Senate has taken the first step in changing a controversial health insurance law.
Senate OKs Lynch-backed insurance bill (Nashua Telegraph)
CONCORD - The state Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation banning insurance companies from pricing health coverage based on the individual risks of employees.