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Nearly 25 percent of all adults on Medicaid smoke cigarettes as do nearly 23 percent of uninsured adults. A little under 18 percent of adults on other public insurance smoke cigarettes, while just 11 percent of adults with private insurance do.

Paytm’s insurance arm raises ₹920 crore from Swiss Re ahead of its ₹18,300 crore IPO - Business Insider India

If pricier insurance in flood-prone areas is a stick, then buying at-risk properties is a potential carrot to incentivize "managed retreat". Small programs have worked, as @sssmaldo ⁩ reports, the question now is how to scale them.

Featured in the latest issue of The Digest: Voluntary Self-Monitoring in the Auto Insurance Market,

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The CDC collects a lot of data on which Americans smoke cigarettes, and breaks it down by education level, income level, ethnicity, health insurance coverage or lack thereof…

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There’s a new Washington state long-term care insurance program and people have questions. Here are answers to the most common ones.

For #MobileMoney  providers, offering #insurance  to customers can create a convenient one-stop shop for #financial  services. Find out more about the many benefits of mobile money and insurance provider partnerships in our latest report:

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Two more insurance companies will be competing for Louisiana customers under Obamacare beginning Monday, when open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act individual exchange begins. Read more about how this could impact the state's marketplace:


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BREAKING: The Trump administration just finalized a rule that would remove nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people in health care and health insurance.

Republicans are refusing to pass a bill that has - free coronavirus testing - paid emergency medical leave - extended unemployment insurance - food assistance - help for health care workers. Call their offices, tell them to get their shit together and do it. Thanks.

McDonald’s worker in the US: $9/hr McDonald’s worker in Denmark: $22/hr, 6 weeks of annual vacation, a union, 1 year of paid family leave, life insurance and pension. America must join the rest of the industrialized world and ensure that our working class can live with dignity.

As 2.5M lose their jobs in the middle of a pandemic, remind me again why we binding health insurance to employment is a good idea.

Blame the Democrats for any “lateness” in your insurance'>Enhanced Unemployment Insurance. I wanted the money to be paid directly, they insisted it be paid by states for distribution. I told them this would happen, especially with many states which have old computers.

What America leads in: #1 : Covid-19 cases #1 : Medical debt #1 : Prescription drug prices #1 : Deaths from lack of insurance#1 : Student debt #1 : Prisoners#1 : Gun violence #1 : Military spending #1 : Trade deficit #1 : Billionaires We need to change our national priorities.

In this country Viagra is covered by insurance without question, but birth control coverage is dependent upon the religious ideals of employers/institutions. If that sounds: - misogynistic - discriminatory - irresponsible - indicative of systemic sexism that’s because it is!

Wimbledon reportedly paid $2 million a year for pandemic insurance for the last 17 years (Total: $34 Million) For this year's cancellation as a result of the Coronavirus, Wimbledon will reportedly receive $141 million from the policy.

In Denmark, starting pay at McDonald’s is about $22 an hour. The workers there get six weeks of paid vacation, a year’s paid maternity leave and a pension plan. Like all Danes, they enjoy universal medical insurance and paid sick leave. This is what a civilized society is about.

Call your representatives today and demand they pass the #FamiliesFirst  coronavirus bill. It contains: - Free testing - 14 days paid sick leave - 3 months paid family leave - Expanded unemployment insurance & food security - Medicaid funds Lives are on the line. (202) 224-3121