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Insurance Suit May Be Moved To Fed Court
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Gov. Haley Picks New Chief For SC Insurance Department
Gov. Nikki Haley has picked a new chief of South Carolina's Department of Insurance. He takes over Dec. 3 after retiring as a vice president at the American Insurance Association...
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Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. And Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary Of Health And Human Services On Medicare Fraud
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New System for Patients to Report Medical Mistakes
In a flier drafted for the project, the government asks: “Have you recently experienced a medical mistake? Do you have concerns about the safety of your health care?”...
Five Charged for Allegedly Collecting More than $107,000 in Unemployment Benefits While Working
Five individuals have been charged in connection with collecting a combined total of more than $107,000 in unemployment benefits while continuing to work, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced today. The cases are the result of investigations referred to the Attorney General's Office by the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development's...
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Illinois Legislators Fail to Agree on Pension Package
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Citizens Changing Rules On Wind Mitigation Credits
Another Suit Seeks To Overturn Insurance Cost Hike
Edgemont Man Indicted for Fraudulently Receiving Unemployment Benefits
Judge Considers Suit Over Mo. Health Care Measure
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Boston Workers’ Compensation Attorney Says Study Highlights Need for Workplace Safety
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DOL Out of Line
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GAO: Medicare Needs to Get SSNs Off Insurance Cards
Ex-Manager Of Insurance Firm Pleads Guilty To Fraud
Blue Cross Raising Price Of NC Individual Policies
Mass. Medicaid Plan Costing Taxpayers Millions
Gov. Malloy Statement on Women's Healthcare and the Affordable Health Care Act
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