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Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

Federal officials say they will soon begin sending money to people in 17 counties who lost homes and businesses to last week?s floods.

In addition, federal officials added another five counties to a list of nine that are eligible to receive grants to repair roads and other damaged infrastructures.

In a third move, state labor officials said workers in eight Georgia counties are eligible for disaster unemployment assistance.

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A Wisconsin senator wanted to make sure uninsured motorists could cash in on the government’s Cash for Clunkers program, so he urged the U.S. Transportation Department to change its rules.

Wisconsin is one of two U.S. states that doesn’t require drivers to have vehicle insurance?New Hampshire being the other?which would have excluded about 15% of Wisconsin drivers from the federal program, said Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis.

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Tom Sharp remembers the day clearly. Sitting in his car on a Montgomery street, a car driving slowly in front of him stopped, shifted gears and drove in reverse about 100 yards, right into Sharp’s car.

“He got out and wanted to take care of it,” Sharp said. “To settle things between us.”

He told Sharp he was lost and was backing up to look for a house. He later told police he wasn’t driving his own car, and gave officers a false Read the rest of this entry »

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Chances are increasing that the next fender bender you’re involved in could be with someone without car insurance. As the recession leaves millions of workers unemployed and pressures family budgets, one place many are cutting is their insurance coverage.

The Insurance Research Council estimates that by next year nearly one in six motorists may be driving without insurance. That’s 3 million more uninsured drivers than just five Read the rest of this entry »

Approximately one in six drivers across the United States may be driving uninsured by 2010, according to a recent study from Insurance Research Council. Although the estimated percentage of uninsured motorists decreased nationally from 14.9 percent in 2003 to 13.8 percent in 2007, the recent economic downturn is expected to trigger a sharp rise in the uninsured motorist rate.

The recently released study, ?Uninsured Motorists, 2008 Edition,? Read the rest of this entry »

A study released Wednesday by an independent property-casualty insurance research group says the recession will likely trigger a sharp increase in uninsured motorists on U.S. roads by 2010.

The Malvern, Pa.-based Insurance Research Council released its latest uninsured motorists study with data showing New Mexico and Mississippi leading the nation in 2007. More than one in every four motorists in those two states hit the road without insurance.

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