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Entitled. Narcissistic. Pompous. However older generations prefer to describe millennials, they can add one more thing to the list: uninsured.
The Obama administration's delay of implementation of the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has thrown into a tailspin expectations of the act’s...
The former head of the agency overseeing healthcare-reform implementation disagreed with state officials Friday over the need for insurance agents in the purchase of health...
As the Supreme Court mulls over the Affordable Care Act, our resident Iconoclast discusses government involvement and some noted missteps.
Some states are taking up the banner for insurance exchanges. Is it better for them to wait?
Are we headed toward a better reality or just a different one? Examining the impact of national healthcare reform on workers' compensation.
Are we headed toward a better reality or just a different one? Here, we examine the immediate and long-term impact of national healthcare reform on...
When Congress is clear, bureaucrats shouldn’t second-guess it
Federal financial-services regulators have promised to propose soon a regulation that large property and casualty insurers hope will provide them a pathway to insignificance.
Market opportunities for brokers of small group accounts and individual accounts should remain healthy and even improve through 2013. But what are the risks?
Overhauling state health insurance laws will be one of the primary legislative objectives of the Office of Insurance Regulation during the 2011 Legislative Session.
Kathleen Sebelius says Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli got the list of defendants wrong when he sued to block Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act...
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli has won a chance to get a hearing on arguments that new federal health coverage ownership rules are unconstitutional.
While the omnibus property bill garnered most of the attention this past legislative session, there were significant life and health insurance-related bills under discussion also.
Pulling-the-plug-on-grandma scenarios. The N-word and other ugly epithets. Shouts of "baby killers." Vanquished politicos exhorting mobs, "Don't Retreat, Reload." Bricks crashing through windows of congressional...
What a difference one election can make.
Now that the recent hurricanes and wildfires have subsided, here are seven things you can do to make sure your business is ready for the next disaster.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.