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Study calls for better health insurance (Pasadena Star-News)
Nearly one-fourth of California''s Latino children do not have health insurance, potentially leading to missed school days and a downward spiral that can have enormous implications on the state''s economic prosperity, UCLA researchers said Tuesday.
25% of Latino kids lack health plans Void in coverage threat to state''s economic prosperity, study says (L.A. Daily News)
Nearly one-fourth of California''s Latino children don''t have health insurance, potentially leading to missed school days and a downward spiral that can have enormous implications on the state''s economic prosperity, UCLA researchers said Tuesday.
Uninsured And Unlawful (Investor''s Business Daily via Yahoo! News)
Health Care: One thing the Clintons brought to Washington in 1993 was perpetual fretting over the uninsured. They''re out of the White House, but the seed of fear they planted has become a Washington institution.
R.I Hispanics build business clout (Providence Business News)
They started small, with ethnic eateries, bodegas, beauty parlors and shipping businesses. But as their numbers have grown, they ve expanded into bigger storefronts, gone into insurance, finance and real estate, built up a clientele outside their community.
Producers Face New Hurdles to Structured Settlements, BestWeek Reports (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
Fallout from a high-profile lawsuit and new legislation in California may help remake the structured settlement industry, according to an exclusive story published in the May 2 edition of BestWeek.
Lions release veterans Hakim, Marion (Detroit News)
The moves come as fallout after the drafting of Williams, free-agent signings. ALLEN PARK -- Wide receiver Az-Zahir Hakim and free safety Brock Marion were released Monday as the impact of the Lions'' draft and free-agent signings was felt by the two veterans.
Health record services a privacy risk (World Peace Herald)
WASHINGTON -- Medical records experts worry people will begin using online services to store and manage their health records -- services that may not be covered by federal medical confidentiality laws -- without fully understanding they could be giving up their privacy.
Free legal advice: Get it in writing (Desert Sun)
Kathie Browne stood before a recent meeting of the National Association of Women Business Owners Desert Cities chapter and held up various chocolate candies.
Why GM''s Plan Won''t Work (BusinessWeek Online via Yahoo! News)
If General Motors Corp. were any other company, its problems would have sorted themselves out a long time ago. Logic says that when your cash holdings exceed your entire valuation in the stock market, some Wall Street shark is going to swoop in, snap up the good parts, and toss the rest. Companies with bloated factories and workforces got religion the hard way 20 years ago, in the days of
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.