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  • House, Senate churn through bills, negotiations

    RICHMOND – The Virginia General Assembly is chugging toward a weekend close to this 2015 regular session. A number of marque issues – ethics reform, day care regulatory reform and new campus sexual assault reporting rules – remain...
  • Affordable insurance: still out of reach in Florida

    Affordable insurance: still out of reach in Florida
    Insurance is not likely to be high on the Legislature's agenda when it convenes on March 3, but that could change for two reasons: Gov. Rick Scott has picked a fight with his Cabinet colleagues in an attempt to replace Insurance Commissioner Kevin...
  • RI insurer says 15,000 customers affected by Anthem hacking

    Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island says about 15,000 of its current and former Rhode Island customers have been affected by the data breach at Anthem Inc. Blue Cross says hackers gained access to personal information from Anthem members, and...
  • Insurer wins dispute over fire, pot growing in basement

    An insurance company can recover more than $130,000 from a Michigan woman whose home burned down when her then-husband smoked marijuana oil in the basement, an appeals court said Tuesday. Brien Matthews had a medical marijuana card and could grow pot for...
  • 13.5 million Californians affected by Anthem data breach

    13.5 million Californians affected by Anthem data breach
    Health insurance giant Anthem Inc. said 13.5 million Californians were affected by the company's massive data breach that was disclosed earlier this month. The nation's second-largest health insurer said a cyberattack had exposed names, Social...
  • House bill aims to curb contractor abuses by barring attorneys fees

    House bill aims to curb contractor abuses by barring attorneys fees
    Attorneys would not be able to collect fees if they sued insurance companies on behalf of a repair contractor or other third party to an insurance contract, if a proposed state law filed this week is enacted. State Rep. John Tobia, R-Melbourne Beach,...
  • Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security

    Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security
    Senate Republicans pressed the Obama administration Wednesday for a plan to address the long-term health of Social Security as lawmakers began a debate over the rapidly approaching shortfall in a program that benefits millions of disabled Americans....
  • Drugstore chain Rite Aid spends $2B on acquisition, push into pharmacy benefit management

    Rite Aid's $2 billion acquisition of a pharmacy benefits manager steers the drugstore chain toward a potentially lucrative focus for health care companies: Finding ways to tame customer costs. The nation's third-largest drugstore chain is buying...
  • Obamacare sign-ups expected to top 10 million amid sizable expansion

    Obamacare sign-ups expected to top 10 million amid sizable expansion
    As the deadline for signing up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act approaches Sunday, enrollment in plans provided through the federal health law is on track to expand substantially over 2014. Nationwide, preliminary tallies from state and...
  • Arizona Senate panel OKs ban on abortion coverage on insurance bought on federal marketplace

    Arizona women would be barred from buying optional abortion coverage on insurance plans bought on the federal marketplace under legislation approved by a Senate committee Wednesday. Senate Bill 1318 is backed by the powerful lobbying group the Center for...
  • Political activist pleads guilty to false insurance claim

    Political activist pleads guilty to false insurance claim
    A political activist pleaded guilty last week to the charge of making a false insurance claim about stolen lawn furniture, according to the State Attorney's Office. As part of the plea deal, Randy Ross will serve 5 years probation, 250 hours community...