family health insurance board Articles

family health insurance board Articles

School Board insurance rates hiked (Opelousas Daily World)
There is no getting around it. St. Landry Parish School Board employees will pay more this year for health insurance, and, as a result, some may have to go without medical coverage.

School employees choose health plan (Morgan City Daily Review)
The St. Mary Parish School Board adopted a new employee health insurance policy at a special meeting Wednesday.

Phil Kabler: Statehouse beat (The Charleston Gazette)
That six-month freeze on premium increases for people who have their health insurance through the Public Employees Insurance Agency could be in danger of melting.

Health crisis: No way to pay (Cincinnati Enquirer)
When College Hill resident Charles Rose suffered a stroke, more than $100,000 in medical bills exceeded his health plan''s lifetime cap on hospital care. Now he''s uninsured.

Schools Balk At Health Savings Accounts Allen Browning (Leesburg Today)
Apr 28, 2005 -- The school board voted unanimously Tuesday night against implementing a new controversial health insurance plan, preferring to observe the county government as it moves forward with the new initiative.

American National Insurance Company Declares Quarterly Dividend (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
American National Insurance Company''s board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of 74 cents per share on its common stock, CUSIP #028591-105, payable June 17, 2005 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on June 3, 2005.

Board candidates give views (Monroe Evening News)
Following is information about the candidates in contested races on the 13 area school boards. Longtime incumbent Elaine Hollister is not seeking re-election this year. The other incumbent, James M. Geiermann, is being challenged by Allen J. Burger, John A. Griffith and Patricia A. Malvitz.

Speciale will return as board president (Edwardsville Intelligencer)
The District 7 Board of Education approved the health and life insurance premium rates 2005-06 Monday. The rates result in a cost increase to the district of approximately 4.2 percent for health insurance and zero percent for life insurance.

DTH Online - State health pilot to face future scrutiny (The Daily Tar Heel)
This Web site was designed using Web standards. Learn more about the benefits of standardized design. With the UNC system still awaiting legislative approval for its employee health insurance initiative, the plan already is drawing intense interest within the university and beyond.

Granby officials not looking out for taxpayers (The Valley News)
Granby Supervisor Nancy Hawthorne and town-board members Vince Greco and Richard Haggerty voted for the next highway agreement while town-board member Carol Abbot voted "no" and board-member David Edwards was absent.