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  • Goal should be to keep Daughters of Charity hospitals open

    Goal should be to keep Daughters of Charity hospitals open
    The financial crisis faced by the Daughters of Charity Health System appeared to be solved last year when Prime Healthcare Services of Ontario agreed to buy the chain and keep its six hospitals, including St. Francis Medical Center of Lynwood, open for at...
  • Congressional Republicans should get credit for job growth

    Along with low gas prices, a rise in job growth has been the bright spot in the U.S. economy recently. More than one million jobs were added in the previous three months alone. The last time that happened was in 1997. And 2014 saw the most jobs added...
  • FEMA To Review Every Sandy Flood Insurance Claim

    TRENTON, N.J. — Federal Emergency Management Agency officials have agreed to reopen and review every flood insurance claim filed by storm Sandy victims. The review will involve roughly 144,000 claims and not limit corrective action to 2,200 that...
  • FEMA sets up review process for Sandy flood insurance claims

    Federal Emergency Management Agency officials have agreed to provide Superstorm Sandy victims who think their insurance claims were not fairly paid out a chance for a review. The review could include up to 144,000 claims and won't limit corrective action...
  • New Britain Firefighters Contract Raises Pay, Cuts Benefits

    NEW BRITAIN — A new contract between the city and its unionized firefighters weakens their traditional health insurance coverage but gives them raises totaling more than 11 percent between now and mid-2018. Mayor Erin Stewart, who had threatened to...
  • SD Senate, House strike compromise on autism coverage bill

    A bill that would mandate that certain insurance plans cover a costly but effective treatment for children with autism and would lay the groundwork for further coverage in the future is headed to the governor's desk for his signature. A group of...
  • Legislators, ASPCA host 'Voices for Animals Day'

    State lawmakers joined the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA) and animal advocates from across the state at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on March 6 for Connecticut Voices for Animals Day. Attendees had the...
  • Is It Better To Work For A Small Company Or A Large One?

    American culture romanticizes the small, locally owned business as the kinder, gentler face of capitalism, a shop owner who knows his or her customers, who takes pride in quality more than maximizing profit. Shop Local campaigns argue that spending...
  • Q&A: Could states with federal exchanges easily launch their own?

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration says it does not have a contingency plan if the U.S. Supreme Court rules against federal tax subsidies in King v. Burwell. But lawmakers in at least nine states are proposing backstop measures that legal experts say...
  • Arizona House committee approves abortion restrictions bill

    Republicans in a House committee Wednesday voted to bar women in Arizona from buying any health insurance policies that include abortion coverage through the federal marketplace. The proposal passed through the Federalism and States' Rights Committee...
  • House leaders looking for deal to halt Medicare payment cuts

    Aides to top House Republicans and Democrats are trying to negotiate a bipartisan compromise to permanently revamp a law that annually threatens cuts in Medicare payments to doctors, including a 21 percent reduction set to take effect April 1. As part of...