More Insurance Industry Articles

  • Few applying for insurance acknowledge smoking

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Surveys show about 20 percent of adults in Iowa smoke regularly, but but a much smaller percentage acknowledged their habit when signing up for insurance with federally mandated forms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 20 percent of...

  • When Obamacare loses in court, insurance companies lose, too

    When the administration lost an Obamacare case in federal court Tuesday, the insurance companies lost as well.

  • Get ready for even higher health insurance premiums: Examiner Editorial

    According to a county-by-county analysis published last month by the Manhattan Institute, individual market insurance premiums have increased by 49 percent on average in 2014 after the most recent round of Obamacare regulations went into effect.

  • Big Ideas: On Dodd-Frank, diversity and cigarettes

    Like Obamacare, the 2010 financial reform law has many unintended consequences, the latest of which could be soaring insurance rates.

  • Brace for the next round of Obamacare rate shock

    As insurance companies begin to propose premiums for 2015, it's time for Americans to brace themselves for the next round of rate shock in the wake of President Obama's health care law.



From the Weekly Standard

  • A Fetish For Zizek

    It’s surely the most hilarious academic story so far this year: Slavoj Zizek, the most Marxist-chic of all Marxist-chic philosophers, has been caught plagiarizing an article from American...

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  • Lamar Alexander in the Crosshairs

    Nashville One name is ubiquitous at a July 22 rally for Republican Senate candidate Joe Carr, and it isn’t Joe Carr’s. Lamar Alexander, the Tennessee senator Carr hopes to defeat in the August 7...

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  • Another Minnesota Miracle?

    In 1978, Republicans in Minnesota, astonishingly, won all three statewide races: both Senate seats and the governorship. It became known by DFLers (Democrats here run as...

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