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  1. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wnyc.org - Health 10.07 / 14:05 wnyc.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  2. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 10.07 / 13:03 wesa.fm
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  3. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 10.07 / 12:23 wunc.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  4. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wuwf.org - Florida (FL) 10.07 / 12:23 wuwf.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  5. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wqcs.org - Florida (FL) 10.07 / 12:07 wqcs.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  6. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 10.07 / 11:58 wrvo.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  7. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 10.07 / 11:57 news.wfsu.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  8. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wlrn.org - Miami 10.07 / 11:52 wlrn.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  9. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  10. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wxpr.org - Wisconsin (WI) 10.07 / 11:40 wxpr.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  11. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Interactive.wxxi.org - New York (NY) 10.07 / 11:39 interactive.wxxi.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  12. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 10.07 / 11:39 wnpr.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  13. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wemu.org - Music 10.07 / 11:38 wemu.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  14. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 10.07 / 11:33 wmot.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  15. Steep Premiums Challenge People Who Buy Health Insurance Without Subsidies

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 10.07 / 11:29 wdiy.org
    Paul Melquist of St. Paul, Minn., has a message for the people who wrote the Affordable Care Act: "Quit wrecking my health care." Teri Goodrich, of Raleigh, N.C., agrees. "We're getting slammed. We didn't budget for this," she says. Millions of people have gained health insurance because of the federal health law. Millions more have seen their existing coverage improved. But one slice of the population — including Melquist and Goodrich — is unquestionably worse off. They are healthy people …
  16. Lottoland's new technology enables insured instant win scratchcard jackpots

    Totallygaming.com - Games 10.07 / 05:16 totallygaming.com
    Lottoland's new technology enables insured instant win scratchcard jackpots Friday, October 6, 2017 - 11:52Lottoland will debut a new prize insurance model to scratch cards, casino and instant win games, allowing Lottoland to offer the largest prizes in...Read…
  17. Birth control: Trump expands opt-out for workplace insurance

    O.seattletimes.com - Health 10.07 / 05:15 o.seattletimes.com
    Several advocacy groups immediately announced plans to try to block the new Trump administration rule. "We are preparing to see the government in court," said a senior attorney for the…
  18. A Match Made in Heaven—Chatbots and Insurance Services

    Stanfy.com - Technology 10.07 / 05:10 stanfy.com
    The use of chatbots within the insurance industry goes back over ten years: chatbot Hanna began “working” for the Swedish Social Insurance Agency in 2003 by providing customer service, directing website visitors and giving them information on social insurance. Allianz Australia has their own agent named Allie, and Canadian firm RBC Insurance has Arbie, aContinue reading …
  19. Vice Mayor Reanette Fillmer says Chico could save a lot of money if it changes health insurance plans

    Chicoer.com - Chico 10.07 / 04:37 chicoer.com
    Chico >> City health insurance rates became a public topic at the City Council meeting this week.Chico's Vice Mayor Reanette Fillmer is calling for a re-evaluation of how much Chico pays for its employee plans and the options it offers.Tuesday, the rest of the council remained…
  20. Bipartisanship in Action: Senate Finance Leaders Reach Deal to Extend Children’s Health Insurance Program

    Bipartisanpolicy.org - Health 10.07 / 04:30 bipartisanpolicy.org
    BPC President Jason Grumet's statement regarding the bipartisan agreement to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for five years.Read M…