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Say No to Tobacco Tax
On 06-08-2007.
ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: one NATIONAL ISSUE THAT COSTS STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS" Rob Tornoe
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Say No to Tobacco Tax By Steve Lonegan - August 6, 2007 - 12:20pm Tags: SCHIP, cigarette tax, cigar tax, excise tax, ...
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Continental Tire to pay health benefits
On 04-08-2007.
That meeting follows one decision this week by Judge Jack Zouhary of U.S. District Court in Toledo, who ruled that Continental Tire North America Inc. improperly reduced the benefits of 3,000 retirees and their spouses from plants in Bryan, Akron, Mayfield, Ky., Charlotte, N.C., Waco, Texas, and City of Industry, Calif. ...
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ETCOG names new information director
On 02-08-2007.
KILGORE — Luke Kimbrough began his duties Wednesday as the new director of public information and regional services for the East Texas Council of Governments.
ETCOG coordinates the physical environment, criminal justice and public safety planning and employment, training and aging services for one 14-county region, including Gregg, Rusk, Upshur and Harrison counties. ...
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Intel announces job cuts ‘will be across the board’
On 31-07-2007.
RIO RANCHO — Employees at Intel’s computer chip plant here began learning Monday whether they would be among those to lose their jobs.
Intel announced plans in May to cut more than 1,000 jobs at its Rio Rancho facility as it prepares to end production of an older silicon wafer technology at Fab 11. The computer chip manufacturer employs 4,700 workers in Rio Rancho. ...
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Expert Jennifer Bonora: funding care for disabled
On 28-07-2007.
The problem: My 97-year-old mother-in-law is wheelchair-bound with dementia. My brother-in-law has been paying for one $500-one-week home health aide, but he can no longer afford it and neither can we. Medicaid says she can't qualify for home care because she has $2,270 in monthly income from Social Security and pension. Do we have options? ...
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QUINN-healthcare members to receive treatment at Whitfield Clinic
On 26-07-2007.
QUINN-healthcare, (formally known as BUPA) the Fermoy-based health insurance arm of the Quinn Group, has reached agreement with the Whitfield Clinic for the treatment of patients at its state-of-the-art 70-bed medical facility opened in Waterford late last year by Euro Care International.
QUINN-healthcare has one membership base of 445,000 and the company’s entry into the Irish market through the acquisition of ...
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Crisp: Moore gets it mostly right in &39;Sicko&39;
On 24-07-2007.
Fall River | Taunton Gazette | Daily News Transcript | Daily News Tribune | The Enterprise | MetroWest Daily News | Milford Daily News | Patriot Ledger | TownOnline | Wicked Local Framingham, MA Find Your Town Tools Subscriber Services Newsletter: Classifieds Homes Jobs Wheels Home News Business Sports Obituaries Lifestyle Entertainment Multimedia Blogs Crisp: Moore gets it mostly right in 'Sicko' ...
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Bar-On&39;s bread test
On 21-07-2007.
If we had one government that governed, instead of constantly worrying about public opinion, the bread crisis would never have happened. But when Industry, Trade and Employment Minister Eli Yishai wants to position himself as the great protector of the poor, and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert wants popularity at any price, we reach an embarrassing situation where for more than two weeks the bakeries are not producing ...
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Groundbreaking Partnership Allows for Real-Time, Pre-Receipt ...
On 19-07-2007.
Clinical Code Editing MedAvant Joins With Bloodhound for New Service

"Combining our Phoenix(sm) real-time technology, which can process one claim in less than one second, with Bloodhound's clinical code editing expertise revolutionizes the way claims move through the healthcare system and improves efficiencies for everyone involved," said John Lettko, MedAvant President and Chief Executive Officer. ...
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Pension claims get hearings
On 17-07-2007.
Local committees working on behalf of one government-appointed panel to decide the validity of citizen claims to have paid pension premiums of which the Social Insurance Agency has no record began receiving claims Tuesday at the agency's local offices nationwide.
The claims, which claimants may or may not have concrete evidence to support, will be scrutinized by the panel's 50 regional subcommittees. ...
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