But unlike TRIA, which had broad bipartisan support and was reauthorized as recently as 2019, the pandemic measure introduced by Rep. Carolyn MaloneyCarolyn Bosher MaloneyDemocrats reveal Medicaid chief's spending on high-paid consultants The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by National Industries for the Blind - Prudent or 'pathetic'? GOP senators plan to vote on coronavirus relief Thursday North Carolina attorney general says DeJoy allegations merit investigation MORE (D-N.Y.) has garnered little to no support from Republicans, despite widespread backing from the business community. … [Read more...] about Business groups back pandemic insurance bill modeled on post-9/11 law
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You may need to extend your coverage to account for high construction costs and demand for contractors after a hurricane. Also consider whether you have enough coverage to replace your personal belongings and pay the costs of living elsewhere while rebuilding. … [Read more...] about 4 home insurance pitfalls to avoid during hurricane season
It’s hard to say exactly why some freestanding emergency center bills are higher than in-network testing, said Rhonda Sandel, president of the Texas Association of Freestanding Emergency Centers. But the costs of COVID-19 care, Sandel said, are high and the centers must cover the entire costs themselves. … [Read more...] about Insurers bearing the brunt of COVID-19 test costs. That might mean higher premiums.
The pair had taken her to the hospital, saying she had injured herself while sawing branches. Authorities said they left the severed hand behind rather than bringing it to the hospital to ensure the disability was permanent. But police recovered and it was reattached. … [Read more...] about Woman cut off her own hand for insurance payout
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said last week it was changing the method employed for adjusting initial jobless claims to account for seasonal swings in employment. This means that the figures from the past two weeks are not directly comparable to those of the prior weeks. It is likely that the now-retired method for making seasonal adjustments had inflated the level of claims over the past month or so. … [Read more...] about U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Stall at 884,000