Carpenter acquires 2nd Delphi building – what's in store for it?

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Carpenter acquires 2nd Delphi building – what's in store for it?
According to a sales contract filed July 11 in the Limestone County Probate Judge's Office, Robert Trafford, manager of private investment company OAX of Delaware, sold Building No. 22, Lot 3 of the Delphi subdivision to Carpenter Technology Corp. of …
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IRHS student builds waffle company
With a market cornered in southern Delaware, Elling is eying a statewide waffle business. Between his junior and senior year of high school, he participated in Delaware Boys State, a mock state legislature for high school students. He claimed the …
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Jay Paterno's New Book Released Early at Barnes & Noble
“It's just this one store in State College that got it out on the shelves early,” Ames says. … The exchange was telling. The media didn't care about what actually happened. The forces of Salem had been unleashed and wouldn't rest until someone had …
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New health care plans shrink choice of providers

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New health care plans shrink choice of providers
“We're seeing a trend with commercial and exchange marketplace plans,” says Matt Eyles, executive vice-president at consulting group Avalere Health. “We're hearing more about it in Medicare Advantage plans, too.” Dean Wells, 76, of Hamilton, Ohio, …
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Mass free health clinic coming to Alliant Energy Center Aug. 9
About 63,000 residents lost Medicaid coverage and another 97,000 gained Medicaid coverage this year through Gov. Scott Walker's budget. About 134,000 residents bought insurance on the Affordable Care Act exchange, or marketplace, according to the …
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Health Insurance Coverage Gaps: A Result of State-Level Decisions
Connecticut, the District of Columbia, and Minnesota are expanding their Medicaid programs beyond the requirements of the ACA. Consequently, individuals who would otherwise be eligible for subsidies will instead be eligible for Medicaid … This leaves …
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Will next year's insurance premiums go up or down?

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Will next year's insurance premiums go up or down?
In Colorado, for instance, Denver Health, a safety net health system, has asked for a 17.5 percent increase in premiums because it says it has been taking care of really sick patients and that requires more resources such as medications and testing …
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Louisiana to offer duck stamps online
Read more… Rate hikes coming for thousands who purchased ACA insurance. State Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says 60-percent of the Louisiana residents who purchased insurance through the marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act face …
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Left Coast Rising

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Left Coast Rising
Meanwhile, Avik Roy of the Manhattan Institute and Forbes claimed that California residents were about to face a “rate shock” that would more than double health insurance premiums. What has actually happened? There is, I'm sorry to say, no sign of the …
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Number of Californians without health insurance cut in half after Affordable
Officials with Covered California, the state's health plan marketplace, said earlier this year that a total of 3 million state residents either signed up for health plans on the exchange or qualified for Medi-Cal from September to April 15. Nationwide …
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Nebraskans paid an average of for health care plans
In 2014, the marketplace had 266 issuers by state. The report showed that 96 percent of people eligible to purchase a qualified health plan had a choice between two or more insurers. “What we're finding is that the marketplace is working for Nebraskans.
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Legislators, Corporations Gather For Secret Meeting Against Clean Energy And

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Legislators, Corporations Gather For Secret Meeting Against Clean Energy And
After maintaining a low profile for decades, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) received widespread exposure in recent years for backing Florida's controversial Stand Your Ground law, a substantial part of the national discussion …
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Pro Report: Deal on VA reforms announced The booming anti-incumbent
“You're not just Officer Friendly anymore,” Kevin Quinn, the association's president and a school police officer from Arizona, says in the story. Read more … “As scientists, physicians, public health officials, and food and nutrition experts, we …
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Appeals Court Strikes Down Subsidies In Federal Health Exchange
In a 2-1 decision, the court ruled that the Internal Revenue Service lacked the authority to allow subsidies to be provided in exchanges not run by the states. The ruling could put at immediate risk the millions of people who bought insurance in the 36 …
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An Obamacare 'September Surprise' for Democrats?

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An Obamacare 'September Surprise' for Democrats?
Most state health insurance rates for 2015 are scheduled to be approved by early fall, and most are likely to rise, timing that couldn't be worse for Democrats already on defense in the midterms. … hang on to Senate seats in many Republican-leaning …
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Dodd-Frank Financial Regulations

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Dodd-Frank Financial Regulations
IF YOU TOOK THE SECURITY EXCHANGE ACT OF… 00:16:49. Meeks, Gregory UP. WE RECOGNIZE … FIRST WE WELCOME DALE WILSON, CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE FIRST STATE BANK… 00:25:17. Wilson, Dale ARE RECOGNIZED ….. THE BENEFIT OF THE HEALTH CARE …
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Exchange student program open in Alabama
Exchange student program open in Alabama. Posted by: admin(banhammer) Posted date: July 01, 2014. By Gary … The students she manages have competed against tens of thousands of other exchange students for the opportunity to take part in U.S. State …
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AF to every Airman: Tell us your story

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AF to every Airman: Tell us your story
Ellsworth Exchange. South Dakota Featured Businesses. Shirt Shack · House of Storage, LLC · Century Resources. Business Search Directory. Find: Home contractors, pizza, beauty salons. Near: City & State, or Zip Code. Browse the full business directory …
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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest, 07/25/14

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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest, 07/25/14
Matt and I first had the opportunity to meet in South Carolina in early 2008 on the President's primary campaign down there. And everywhere that I've gone …. We're also seeing that the Central Bank in Russia is concerned about the health and well …
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State bets on composites as future of manufacturing
He says other states, including Alabama, South Carolina and Utah, have similar ambitions to create an industrial hub around composites. “Everyone is trying to do the same thing,” Janicki said. “But I think there's enough to go around. We definitely …
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Most in NJ support measure allowing terminally ill patients to take lethal drug

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Most in NJ support measure allowing terminally ill patients to take lethal drug
He also covered business and market news as a reporter from the New York Stock Exchange. Phil is a native of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania and started his broadcast career at WAEB in Allentown, where he advanced to become News Director. He was an …
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Pennsylvania Police on Lookout for Carjackers in Crash That Killed Three Children
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey exclaimed that he had no words to describe how he was feeling at the time but he did state that it was urgent in finding the carjackers. There has been over $ 100,000 in reward money put up in exchange for the suspects …
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Menendez tells NJ homeowners left in the lurch he'll get answers from FEMA chief
He also covered business and market news as a reporter from the New York Stock Exchange. Phil is a native of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania and started his broadcast career at WAEB in Allentown, where he advanced to become News Director. He was an …
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