As you might have guessed, Blue Cross is refusing to cover her "pre-existing condition."
It probably boils down to insurance companies refusing to hire and train enough customer service people to handle the influx. Not to mention, their crappy computer systems!
There seems to be no limit to the depth of corruption among Republican governors. Taking gifts, money, and now payola? Governor Nathan Deal proudly obstructs in exchange for money.
A round-up of the latest in "Occupy" and related news around the nation...
If Eric Holder ends up indicting and convicting the Blues, I'll take back every snide comment I ever made about the Department of Justice: The U.S. Justice Department is widening a probe into whether Blue Cross Blue Shield health-insurance plans
Newstalgia Reference Room with a Lincoln Day address by Senator Arthur Vandenberg (R-Mich.) - the subject is The Republican Challenge. February 10, 1949.
They didn't use those words, but that's what they're saying, nevertheless. There are two principles at stake here: First, that discrimination agai
Might be time for Steve Poizner to come in from the campaign trail and have a look at the newest rate increases. According to the LA Times, the Gang o
UPDATE: Because of the huge public outcry, Blue Cross has backed off on the policy. As I think I've pointed out before, most of the Blues are conside
John Conyers and some allies on the House Judiciary Committee have come up with a fabulous way to get the insurance industry in line - by threatening
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