Associated Health Plans Still Up for Debate (Inc Magazine)
Lack of consensus could lead to compromise legislation.
Letters (News Transcript)
Marlboro Councilman Jeff Cantor is asking builders to stop overdeveloping Marlboro and to stop thinking about profits. Mr. Cantor is naive to think profits are the problem. If thats the case, Mr. Cantor should ask his pharmaceutical employer to become a nonprofit organization and start selling all
New Study: HSAs Unlikely to Help Cover Substantial Numbers of Uninsured Americans; Researchers Say Accounts Could (U.S. Newswire via Yahoo! News)
Fewer than 1 million of the nation''s 45 million uninsured are likely to get new health coverage as a result of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) coupled with high-deductible health plans, says a new report by researchers Sherry Glied of Columbia University and Dahlia Remler of Baruch College, CUNY. HSAs could also lead to destabilization in the group health insurance market if small
The Saga of John and Terry Wheeler Continues (Kitco.com)
The following short story is hypothetical in nature, but is based on what was, what is and what will be. Things could have been better, but they could have been worse.
BUILDER Online: Home Building News, Home Plans, Home Design Ideas and Building Products for Home Builders (Builder Online)
BUILDER Online provides home builders with home building news, home plans, home design ideas, and building product information, helping them manage their home building operations efficiently and profitably.
Letters to the Editor (Berkeley Daily Planet)
The current conflict between restoration of the fountain in Civic Center Park and the community of swimmers in Berkeley is a manufactured conflict.
Lancaster Scene (RedNova)
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Outspoken: An Open Mic Nite at Five Spot in Philly on Sun., May 1, 9 P.M. to Midnight (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
The hottest underground and up-and- coming artists in the Hip-Hop scene, security officers, and students from the campuses they guard will be part of Outspoken, an Open Mic Nite at the Five Spot in Philadelphia Sunday, May 1 from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Local briefs (Poughkeepsie Journal)
POUGHQUAG -- The Town of Beekman will honor its military veterans who served in World War II. The town board has voted to spend $531 to purchase a 30-by-60-inch plaque for the town hall meeting room where, according to its resolution, ''''we can all be reminded of those who selflessly served.''''
York Hospital announces new plan for affordable care (Portsmouth Herald)
YORK - It may not be able to help all 180,000 Maine residents without health insurance, but that won''t stop York Hospital from trying. York Hospital President Jud Knox formally announced the hospital''s innovative "Caring for All" program of affordable health-care options.