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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 »

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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 »

A new bill has passed the Oklahoma House that could result in fewer cars on the road. The bill permits any vehicle to be towed away immediately if it appears as uninsured with the new instant auto insurance verification system. In response to voters? requests state Representative, Steve Martin, passed the bill in an attempt to take uninsured motorists off the road.

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has put instant auto insurance Read the rest of this entry »

WASHINGTON?Congress? inability to renew the National Flood Insurance Program has potentially dire consequences, Federal flood agency management officials warned.

The NFIP was allowed to expire Sunday when a congressional appropriations bill that included the program was held up by Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Kentucky.

According to a memo written by officials of the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration/Risk Insurance Division, Read the rest of this entry »

A New York independent agent?s group said it is moving ahead with a lawsuit to block the state?s insurance department from implementing new agent and broker compensation disclosure regulations.

The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York said it planned to go to court to keep the New York Insurance Department from implementing rules published today in the State Register.

Those regulations would require insurance agents Read the rest of this entry »

In what could well be a nightmare for insurance companies, and perhaps rental car agencies, a Woburn, Mass. company announced recently that it had successfully completed flight testing of the Transition Roadable Aircraft”a flying car.

Terrafugia Inc. reported that the Transition completed its historic first flight on March 5, 2009 with 27 additional flights completed over the next several weeks. The company said successful completion of Read the rest of this entry »