REAL MONEY Why You Need A Home Inventory…Now.
Putting together a home inventory...It is easier before a disaster than afterwards.
Adapted from the Minnesota Department of Commerce and http://mn.gov/commerce/insurance/images/Home-Inventory-Checkl... Posted on 3/12/12 at 2:15 PM
STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Thune: More floods coming?
Sen. John Thune has sent a letter to Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate requesting clarification on the June 1 flood in progress date for the National Flood ... Posted on 6/28/11 at 4:29 PM
HEALTHBEAT The handbook of hard-luck tales
Ever since Costs of Care announceda national essay contest for people's personal stories abouttheir health care bills, I've been eagerly checking the website to see how the contest is faring.
The wai... Posted on 12/9/10 at 6:51 PM
PIERRE — An expansion of South Dakota’s Medicaid program to provide health insurance to thousands of additional low-income people would reduce the number of people unable to pay their bills for medical care, hospital executives said Tuesday.
PIERRE (AP) — A lawsuit alleging a Rapid City credit union and an insurance company improperly raised the rates for insurance that makes loan payments if borrowers become disabled should be handled as a class action, a lawyer for those borrowers told the South Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday.
PIERRE (AP) — An insurance company does not have to cover a Rapid City woman for a crash because her policy expired 12 hours before she hit four boys on their bicycles, South Dakota Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
PIERRE (AP) — Thousands of uninsured South Dakota residents with drug and alcohol addictions will become eligible for insurance when the federal health care overhaul takes effect in January, but South Dakota officials believe the state's substance abuse treatment system will be able to handle the influx of patients.
BROOKINGS — Spring wheat can be insured in all counties in South Dakota. In 2012, there were 2.2 million acres of wheat insured in South Dakota across classes at a cost to growers and landowners of $32 million.
PIERRE — The state House of Representatives said Wednesday that patients in South Dakota should be allowed to choose their physicians and other health care services, rather than be limited to those under contract with the networks of their health insurance companies.
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