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  • Subsidies help pay for Oak Forest couple's Obamacare plan

    Subsidized health insurance has brought a measure of comfort and security to retirement for Bill Koclanis. The 63-year-old Oak Forest electrician and his wife signed up for a plan last year that allows them to see doctors more often than they did...
  • Department of Justice defends health care law subsidies

    The Department of Justice and several lawmakers defended President Barack Obama's signature health care law in a federal appeals court Monday, arguing that the statute always intended to provide subsidies for all Americans. In new briefs, lawyers for the...
  • For legislators, a generous benefit

    Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the Daily Press on Feb. 22, 2014. In all the angry debate over extending health care coverage to Virginians living below the poverty line, there's been one taxpayer-funded insurance program Virginia...
  • Car Accident Not Your Fault? Get Reimbursed For Lost Value (It's State Law)

    Car Accident Not Your Fault? Get Reimbursed For Lost Value (It's State Law)
    Most cars are never the same after an accident, even fully restored. In Connecticut, people involved in a car accident who are not at fault can recover their car's diminished fair-market value from the at-fault driver's insurance company. Consider...
  • $1.4 billion settlement announced in artificial hip litigation

    MINNEAPOLIS Stryker, a Michigan company that makes artificial hip implants, has agreed to pay families and insurers more than $1.4 billion to settle thousands of product-injury lawsuits. Plaintiffs in 39 states say Stryker sold defective hips that...
  • Spoiled by politics

    The atmosphere surrounding the Affordable Care Act is so noxious that even reasonable measures to improve it struggle to find oxygen. Consider the crisis that played out this week in Richmond, one that promises to echo across the commonwealth. On...
  • Woman charged with fraud over McDonald's coffee spill injury claim

    Woman charged with fraud over McDonald's coffee spill injury claim
    LOS ANGELES, Nov 11 (Reuters) - A California woman has been charged with fraud for falsely saying she was badly scalded by McDonald's coffee and using photos copied off the Internet to make it appear she suffered second-degree burns on her hand, officials...
  • Amy J. Scherr, Baltimore lawyer

    Amy J. Scherr, Baltimore lawyer
    Amy J. Scherr, a Baltimore lawyer who represented the Maryland Division of Unemployment Insurance and was executive secretary and counsel to the Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities, died Monday at Symphony Manor assisted living in Roland Park...
  • Islamic finance body IFSB issues draft guidance on liquidity risk management

    (Reuters) - The Kuala Lumpur-based Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has released draft guidance on liquidity risk management for Islamic banks and a new standard for regulatory supervision, as the industry body tightens oversight of banking...
  • Corbett, Wolf could be on Medicaid collision course

    Corbett, Wolf could be on Medicaid collision course
    HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Corbett this summer achieved what few thought was possible: Overcoming unlikely odds, the Republican won Obama administration approval for Pennsylvania to run its own version of Medicaid expansion. With that the program to...
  • Toomey talks jobs, benefits with veterans in Allentown

    Toomey talks jobs, benefits with veterans in Allentown
    In 20 years serving with the Navy, Immanuel Odongkara learned all manner of marketable skills. He worked on planes. He also drove a tractor-trailer. But when Odongkara returned home, he found those skills weren't as easily translated into a job as...