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Entries from November 2007

SACRAMENTO, Calif. To bring about universal coverage in California, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says people must start thinking about health insurance the way they do auto insurance as a responsibility everyone must shoulder to make the system work. [Read more ]

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WELCOME to scotsman.coms Scottish Business Briefing. Every morning we bring you a comprehensive round-up of all news affecting business in Scotland today. [Read more ]

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People should use Medicare Part D only to help pay for medicines they have the most trouble paying for not necessarily all of the medicines they take, according to MedAssist Program Manager Lynn Bechdolt. [Read more ]

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Valley residents are suffering through trying times paying for the basics food, shelter and cars. Steve Economides, co-author with his wife, Annette, of the best-selling Americas Cheapest Family, is a world class penny-pincher. [Read more ]

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THE Northern Rock situation has thrown up a number of questions. Is the tripartite system between the Bank of England, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Treasury working? Should the Bank of England take back prudential supervision? Who was at fault for not foreseeing the problem? [Read more ]

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The city of Mankato, faced with a 21 percent hike in health insurance costs next year, is putting the brakes on what is by any measure a good deal for its single employees. [Read more ]

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Food donations, especially from the federal government, are down and food banks say more and more families are in need of help. [Read more ]

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As costs for prescription medicine and insurance premiums rise, MedAssist of Martinsville, Henry and Patrick Counties expects a large number of people on Medicare Part D to consider changing insurance plans this year. [Read more ]

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For much of the past decade, the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart Stores has been associated with stingy health care as much as low prices. Across the country, politicians and labor groups derided the companys health plans for their high expense and bare-bones coverage. [Read more ]

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For much of the last decade, the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has been associated with stingy health care as much as low prices. [Read more ]

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