Health Insurance Roundup, October 28, 2016

Health insurance firms put investors in a tizzy – Saudi Gazette

Significant upcoming changes within health insurance | Sanpete County Commentary |

Letter: ColoradoCare will bust health insurance racket

Judge talks about health insurance in Ankeny | Political News |

Paying employees to waive health insurance has ramifications – Chicago Business Journal | DHA health insurance billing inclusive

Delaware 105.9 – AUDIO: Delawareans facing steep price increases for health insurance

Teachers get modest pay raise, will pay more for health insurance under new contract | Education |

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Losing health insurance led woman to win $1.1M N.J. lottery jackpot |

Will This Government Campaign Persuade Gig Workers To Pay For Health Insurance?

Health Insurance Under the Affordable Care Act Costs Hundreds or Thousands Per Month? :

Gov. Dayton proposes rebate plan for Minnesotans facing rising health insurance – Story | KMSP

Premiums got you down? Health insurance options might save you m – Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

As open enrollment arrives for health insurance, Connecticut rates all over the map – The Hour

Missouri Takes Step To Hold Down Health Insurance Rates, But Will It Be Enough? | KCUR

Saudi Arabia said to mull mandatory health insurance for pilgrims – Politics & Economics –

Mizzou to grad assistants: Keep calm and keep your health insurance | Education |

New York Near Top for Childrens Health Insurance / Public News Service

NEW: Wyoming health insurance premiums will increase 7 to 8 percent next year | News |

W.Va. to feel health insurance increase | News, Sports, Jobs – Journal News

County overhauls employee health insurance | News |

Workplace Health Insurance Premiums Still Increasing, But Rate has Slowed | WUSF News

Employment-based health insurance costs rose slowly in 2016, but employees still felt the pinch | The Kansas City Star

Speaker demands health insurance action or will ask Dayton to resign | WDAY

West Virginia to Feel the Pain Of Health Insurance Hikes | News, Sports, Jobs – The Intelligencer

Vermont One Step Closer to New Health Insurance System – Story

Watertown Daily Times | Lewis eyeing health insurance premium hikes to bolster flagging reserves

Kynect, Kentucky health insurance exchange, to be disconnected – Cincinnati Business Courier

Lafourche workers’ health insurance deal falls through again – News – Daily Comet – Thibodaux, LA

My Republica – Govt’s health insurance plan for all makes feeble start

Vermont NEA loses seat on teachers health insurance board | VTDigger

S.C. residents hit with higher rates, fewer choices when purchasing health insurance through Obamacare | News |

3 tips on how to choose the right health insurance plan before studying abroad | Study International

Health insurance straining family budgets even as cost increases slow post-Obamacare

Health-insurance premiums rise in Washington, but not as much as elsewhere | The Seattle Times

Advocates suggest ways to cut health insurance costs – Baltimore Sun

Dems: State needs to help iron out individual health insurance kinks

Health insurance premiums expected to dramatically increase |

MU can keep offering health insurance to grad students, but still no permanent solution | Higher Education |

Firm claims families are paying too much for health insurance due to ‘complacency and fear’ |

Top MN GOP official wants health insurance action or Dayton’s resignation | INFORUM

New Mexico health insurance premiums set to rise

Judge: Consider public health insurance option | The Gazette


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