First, as a lifelong, second generation feminist, I am so excited about your campaign and I look forward to voting for you as soon as early voting starts in my state on October 24! 1,234 more words
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“When I give someone my insurance card, I want benefits!”
I get it. If I had a nickel for every time I heard someone say, “Why should I pay monthly for a premium and still have to pay full price for my doctors visit or medications?” The answer to that question is a sharp pencil and a calculator. 689 more words
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Holton Weingrad will likely never be the child his parents envisioned when he was born in October of 2014.
At 11 weeks old, Holton suffered a traumatic brain injury and stopped breathing in the care of his former nanny. 320 more words
(WTNH)– After sending a letter to Access Health Connecticut informing them of a termination of their agreement, ConnectiCare has decided that they will remain a part of the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange. 302 more words
It’s not uncommon when starting a new job to be assigned a mentor to help you learn the ropes. But when it comes to reaching and selling to the highly-coveted millennial market, the roles are being reversed. 381 more words