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  • State Senate leader backs Medi-Cal expansion

     
    Sen. Darrell Steinberg, the Democratic leader of the state Senate, urged Gov. Jerry Brown to expand the state's public health system as part of the implementation of the federal healthcare overhaul....
  • Gov. Jerry Brown commits to major Medi-Cal expansion

     
    In order to help implement President Obama’s healthcare overhaul in California, Gov. Jerry Brown proposed a major expansion of the state’s public insurance program in the state budget he unveiled Thursday. Most Americans face the requirement...
  • Bill requires IG for Citizens’ Property Insurance

     
    TALLAHASSEE — State Sen. Joe Abruzzo, D-Wellington, filed legislation Friday requiring the state-run Citizens' Property Insurance to have an inspector general. The bill filing comes one day after the state inspector general released a report...
  • Senate panel still uncertain on Medicaid expansion

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Senate panel tasked with reviewing the repercussions of the federal health-care law continued to sound skeptical Tuesday about the reform's potential multibillion-dollar Medicaid expansion. Massachusetts Institution of Technology...
  • OIR breaks down PIP filings

     
    TALLAHASSEE – When auto insurers produced new rate filings in October as required under the new personal injury protection law, it was immediately clear that not all insurers had reduced PIP costs by 10 percent as lawmakers had hoped. According to a...
  • Wednesday Morning Reads: Immigration, property insurance and squatters

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Wednesday. Here's what we're reading this morning. * Orlando Sentinel writes that NASA is balking at state plans to build a commercial launch pad at Kennedy Space Center and the state is rushing to persuade...
  • Convicted of insurance fraud, former Amtrak employee flees

     
    A former Amtrak employee convicted of receiving more than $500,000 in disability and insurance payments after faking injuries has fled to avoid prison, San Diego County prosecutors said Thursday. Wanda Lee Ann Podgurski, 60, was not in Superior Court to.....
  • California lawmakers set to tackle healthcare expansion

     
    State lawmakers are set to introduce a series of proposals Monday to help California implement President Obama's healthcare overhaul, including a major expansion of Medi-Cal, the state's public insurance program for the poor. Gov. Jerry Brown called for...
  • PennDOT's Jersey barriers: You break it, you bought it

     
    In the Jan. 4 column on the motorist who was charged more than $8,500 to replace sections of PennDOT Jersey barrier damaged by her vehicle in a one-car accident determined to be her fault, I reported that state officials could not secure information on...
  • Lawmakers get insurance grades

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Policyholders of Florida, an insurance consumer advocacy group, has graded the state's lawmakers based on how often they supported property owners during the past year. In the Florida Senate, seven lawmakers — Mike Fasano, R- New...
  • Two healthcare administrators get prison for insurance fraud

     
    Dee Francis, 63, and Rosalinda Rodriguez Landon, 67, were both sentenced after they pleaded guilty in court last week to felony counts including conspiracy, grand theft and insurance fraud, according to a statement from the Orange County district...
  • Heat Map Shows Auto-Theft Hot Spots

     
    Worried about whether you live near a hot spot for hot cars? Tracking-and-recovery system manufacturer LoJack's map shows if you need to sweat it or not. Created using both the FBI's 2011 Uniform Crime Report and National Insurance Crime Bureau's......