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States Rein In Health Costs (Los Angeles Times via Yahoo! News)
SIKESTON, Mo. â€” Hundreds of thousands of poor people across the nation will lose their state-subsidized health insurance in the coming months as legislators scramble to hold down the enormous â€” and ever-escalating â€” cost of Medicaid.
Business Briefing (Sun-Sentinel)
Three new companies have received permits from the state''s Office of Insurance Regulation to write homeowner insurance policies in Florida.
Arlington seller of medical discount cards facing lawsuits (Star-Telegram)
The Illinois attorney general has sued an Arlington seller of medical discount programs, accusing the company of misleading consumers into believing that they were buying health insurance.
Ilinois AG sues Arlington medical discount program provider (Star-Telegram)
The attorney general of Illinois has sued an Arlington seller of medical discount programs, accusing the company of misleading consumers into believing that they were buying health insurance.
NCR Classifieds (National Catholic Reporter)
Hundreds of jobs -- professional, administrative, clerical, ministerial and even some secular -- are filled through NCR Classifieds each year.
Pinching your pennies (St. Petersburg Times)
Whether you live on a fixed income or simply enjoy the thrill of the hunt for savings, many resources can help make the most of your money. MaryLou Gustin does not believe in paying full price ... for anything ... ever. The 72-year-old South Pasadena resident has always been this way, she said.
FPL Group Announces First Quarter Earnings (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
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Thrifty boomers cash in on discounts (Dallas Morning News)
M onita McGhee''s moment of truth came as she checked out of an Austin hotel. She happened to see a co-worker''s bill and noticed that it was 15 percent less than hers, even though both rooms had been the same."My colleague had requested the senior discount, and I hadn''t," the Dallas woman explained.
Medicare advises on drug benefit, targets low-income seniors first (Sun-Sentinel)
Get ready -- The first letters about Medicare''s new, prescription-drug plan will be hitting the mailboxes in a few weeks.
Medicare advises on drug plan (Sun-Sentinel)
Get ready: The first letters about Medicare''s new, prescription-drug plan will be hitting the mailboxes in only a few weeks.