individual health insurance texas Articles

individual health insurance texas Articles

Retired teachers waiting to see if retirement funding will keep health costs down (Conroe Courier)
Retired teachers throughout Montgomery County and Texas are waiting to see whether the state Legislature will approve enough funding for the Texas Retirement System to keep their healthcare costs from drastically rising.

Young Adults Need to Consider Insurance Needs ... Really (AgNews)
Young Adults Need to Consider Insurance Needs ... COLLEGE STATION The bags and boxes are packed and in the car, and the first month''s rent is paid on a brand-new apartment. Parents stand misty-eyed on the curb waving good-bye.

Dear Editor: Hunt would have safeguards (Heber Springs Sun-Times)
Heber Springs is like heaven for whitetail deer. Abundant food and a lack of predators grow the population at an unnatural rate. Bowhunting in the city limits is a safety issue. Drivers crash into deer with regularity -- that''s unsafe for deer and people.

News (Arkansas News Bureau)
LITTLE ROCK - Four bills that would redefine how public schools are built in Arkansas passed the Senate on Thursday almost unanimously, with one dissenting vote on one of the bills. -

Bush budget slashes health care money for uninsured (Palm Beach Post)
With the number of Americans without health insurance increasing, the federal government has shifted much of the burden for their medical care to states and counties.

MIDDAY BUSINESS REPORT: KC''s jobless rate down (Kansas City Star)
The Kansas City metropolitan area''s unemployment rate at the end of 2004 stood at 5.4 percent, down just a smidgeon from its 5.5 percent jobless rate a year earlier.

News (Arkansas News Bureau)
LITTLE ROCK - A bill endorsed by a Senate panel Wednesday that would remake Arkansas'' 254 school districts into 75 countywide districts has been reduced to a study of the idea prior to the 2007 legislative session. -

Propaganda Bush Style: A New Age of Prepackaged Television News - Independent Media TV (Independent Media TV)
Sunday 13 March 2005 - It is the kind of TV news coverage every president covets. "Thank you, Bush. Thank you, U.S.A.," a jubilant Iraqi-American told a camera crew in Kansas City for a segment about reaction to the fall of Baghdad.

E-911 Leader RedSky Technologies and Workplace Safety/Liability Professional Host Free Webinar on New Minnesota E-911 (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
RedSky Technologies, Inc., the industry leader in providing E-911 call management and other enterprise telemanagement solutions for private telephone systems, will host a free Webinar -- "Minnesota''s New E-911 Law: Compliance and Liability" -- at 2:00 p.m.

News (Arkansas News Bureau)
LITTLE ROCK - Two communities in Arkansas would be allowed to vote on whether to expand gambling at horse and dog tracks under a bill passed Tuesday by the state House. -