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This is segment 4 of the Kansas Health Policy's State Employee Health Plan Open Enrollment. Dental, Vision and Wellness.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Gov. Bill Haslam said Monday that he won't be able to give state employees and teachers a pay increase next year mainly because of reductions due to an ongoing decline in revenue collections, which state officials are looking into. The Republican governor discussed his budget proposal with reporters Monday. The state finance commissioner was to present the measure to legislative finance committees Tuesday. Haslam said poor revenue collections are forcing him to make $150 million in reductions for the remainder of this budget year that ends June 30th, and $160 million for next year. Sales tax collections have fallen short by $33 million, and franchise and excise taxes - also known as business tax collections - are down $215 million. The governor said state officials are investigating to try to find out why collections continue to fall short of projections. It's our job to be digging to try to figure out is something changed fundamentally about that business or have they found a way to lower their tax payments to us, he said. Despite the low revenue collections, Haslam said he expects about $73 million in new revenue growth, of which $62 million will go to education. He said he also plans to spend $155 million on TennCare, the state's expanded Medicaid program that covers 1.2 million Tennesseans. Haslam said he regrets not being able to give a 1 percent pay increase to state employees and 2 percent to teachers, but he noted that his administration has given pay increases since he took office in 2011. Last year, he pledged to improve the salaries of the state's teachers so that by the time he leaves office their salaries have grown more than teacher salaries in any other state. The governor said Monday the improvement of teacher salaries is still a priority. The goal hasn't gone away, he said. We have to deal with the realities we have. To help offset not getting pay raises, Haslam said, state employees' health insurance premiums won't increase by 5 percent as proposed. However, in the case of higher education, the state is eliminating a proposed increase of $12.9 million, which could lead to higher tuition at the state's colleges and universities. That is a concern, Haslam acknowledged. Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan agreed. This news certainly puts additional pressure on tuition considerations, but we will work hard to hold any increases to the lowest amounts possible while still meeting the needs of our students, said Morgan, who oversees six state universities, 13 community colleges and 27 colleges of applied technology. Even though the administration says the reductions are necessary, House Democratic Leader Craig Fitzhugh of Ripley said the governor's budget represents a broken promise to the people of Tennessee. We should not be balancing the budget on the backs of parents, teachers, state employees, colleges and universities, and countless other hard-working Tennesseans, Fitzhugh said. The budget presented to us shows misplaced priorities that ignore the need to focus on jobs, education and people. 2014 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. Read More at: http://fox17.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/state-employees-teachers-wont-get-pay-increase-20546.shtml
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Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance plan which is required for every employer in the State of Mississippi with five employees or more with a few exceptions such as farmers or charitable organizations. No-fault means that if you are injured at work you are entitled to workers’ compensation even if no one did anything wrong to cause your injury.
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House bills to overhaul state pensions, and begin the process of giving some state employees a pay raise, are complicated by a lack of funds for salary increases. The reporter is Steve Bennett, the photographer is Ilea Shutler. This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network. For more information, go to the ONR web site www.news.oeta.tv and ONR blog http://blog.oeta.tv/onr For more about OETA-The Oklahoma Network, visit www.oeta.tv.
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The new Mississippi Energy Policy Institute will promote the development of reliable, affordable energy to boost economic development in Mississippi.
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Are you looking for a job or know someone who is? The Mississippi National Guard Employment Outreach department participated Wednesday in the Mississippi Apprenticeship Program Planning Council Meeting in Pascagoula, Mississippi, to ensure Guardsmen and Veterans have a seat at the table as the state expands its apprentice program.
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June 17, 2010: Nancy Lottridge Anderson, Ph.D., CFA If you’re a longtime state employee, then you have two pieces of the state retirement plan (PERS). You have a pension plan, which depends on how long you’ve worked there and what your salary levels are. That means a guaranteed income in retirement. You also have access to another piece which acts like a 401(k). So those longtime state employees are really better off than most of us out there. Most of us only have the 401(k). They’ve gotten the news recently that the contribution that they have to make to that plan is going from 7.25% to 9%. That pinches a bit, especially when you consider they’re also going to have to participate more in contributing to their own healthcare. That will be an issue as well. At one point they didn’t have to contribute for healthcare, but that is changing because those expenses are going up. The good news that I want to say to state employees is, “This is a great plan.” It is very well-managed, and I have talked with many state employees through the years; and many of them end up bringing home more in retirement than they made during their regular work years, which is really nice to hear. Also, they need to understand that their employer, the State of Mississippi, is also contributing more. Now there is a lesson in there for all of us: If state employees have to contribute 9%, the rest of us need to go back and look at what we’re putting in our 401(k)s. We need to at least do 9%, and, in fact, I encourage to aim for 10%. Also, state employees, you have access to that Deferred Compensation. It is run by T. Rowe Price. It’s an excellent plan. Look at those. If you can afford to do some optional payments into that retirement plan, do that as well. We all need to do everything we can, and even those really good plans are having to increase the contributions. You never want to stop at simply matching what your employer is contributing to your account. You always want to exceed that.
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With a swipe of a pen Monday, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed into law a bill that prevents women from getting abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. His state, effective immediately, now holds the distinction of having the earliest abortion ban in the nation. "As I have repeatedly said, I want Mississippi to be the safest place in America for an unborn child," Bryant tweeted this month in anticipation of the bill's passage. Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves echoed that sentiment Monday, tweeting "It's a great day in Mississippi" along with a picture of the signing. Also known as the Gestational Age Act, Mississippi's new law makes exceptions only for medical emergencies or cases in which there's a "severe fetal abnormality." There are no exceptions for incidents of rape or incest. The law also puts physicians on notice. Doctors who perform abortions after 15 weeks will be required to submit reports detailing the circumstances. If they knowingly violate the law, their medical licenses will be suspended or revoked in Mississippi. If they falsify records, they will face civil penalties or be forced to pay fines of up to $500. The measure is just one in a string of efforts to diminish access to abortions in Mississippi, critics say. "Abortion is a safe medical procedure and it is a critical part of the broad spectrum of reproductive health care that a woman may use in her lifetime," said Felicia Brown-Williams, Mississippi state director for Planned Parenthood Southeast Advocates, in a statement. "This ban is not only unconstitutional -- it endangers women's health care across our state. If legislators truly cared about women's health, they would be focused on ways to improve access to health care for women, not restrict it." Access to abortions in Mississippi was already highly restrictive. It is among a small handful of states that has one remaining clinic: in this case, Jackson Women's Health Organization. Although Mississippi is among the states with a 20-week ban, up until the enactment of this latest bill, the cutoff time for abortions at the Jackson clinic was 16 weeks. And since hospitals won't perform abortions, the resulting one-week change brought on by this new law is "arbitrary," based on "capricious whim" and a way to "feed political meat" to a political base, said Dr. Willie Parker, board chairman of Physicians for Reproductive Health. Mississippi is the only state in the country that requires physicians who perform abortions to be board-certified or board-eligible obstetrician-gynecologists, a fact that's being challenged in court as unconstitutional by the Center for Reproductive Rights. Parker, an OB/GYN, explained that he could be trained in a plastic surgical procedure and be free to perform that procedure in Mississippi, even though he's not a board-certified plastic surgeon. But a family physician, a surgeon or an internist trained to perform abortions isn't given the same leeway. Mississippi also requires in-person counseling and a 24-hour waiting period before receiving an abortion, which means women must make repeat trips to the facility -- a fact that's especially burdensome for those living outside Jackson. Health plans under the Affordable Care Act, insurance policies for public employees and public funding for abortions can be applied only in cases of rape, incest, fetal impairment or when a life is endangered, according to the Guttmacher Institute. About 2,000 women a year in Mississippi receive abortions, Parker said. The vast majority, 88%, receive them in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. So by 15 weeks, he estimates, 200 women in Mississippi who should have access to an abortion no longer will.https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/19/health/mississippi-abortion-ban-15-weeks/index.html http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Save Southeast Louisiana Hospital has called on Governor Bobby Jindal and DHH Secretary Bruce Greenstein to provide six month health insurance coverage extension to former employees of the state-owned facility that was formerly operated by the state. Some former state employees have found work with Meridian, the company that has been cleared to operate a private clinic on the state hospital campus. Word is those employees will not be immediately eligible for health coverage and other benefits from Meridian until they successfully navigate some interim status obstacle course. A larger number of former SELH's approximately 600 employees are not working for Meridian. Three statements are delivered by former employees of Southeast Louisiana Hospital. Other former employees issue spontaneous comments from the floor. The press conference took place on Saturday, January 19, 2013, in the Mandeville (LA) City Hall.
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An in-depth look at New York's car wash industry, and the real world consequences of politicians interfering with a complex industry they don’t understand. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magaz... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. ---------------- On March 4, 2015, a group of union leaders, activists, and elected officials were arrested for blocking traffic during a protest in front of a Vegas Auto Spa, a small car wash in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Chanting "No contract, no peace!" and "Si se puede!," they had come in support of striking workers, who had walked out demanding a union contract after allegedly being subjected to dismal working conditions. For David Mertz, the New York City director and a vice president at the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), it was an inspirational moment in an ambitious six-year campaign to unionize the city's car washes industry. "These workers were willing to stand out there during one of the coldest winters...literally in decades to fight for their rights and for basic human dignity," says Mertz, who was also arrested that day. "You have the ability to make change by coming together, and when you do that sometimes you find that you've got some friends on your side." In the past six years, the car wash industry, which employs low-skilled, mostly immigrant workers, has also been the target of lawsuits for alleged underpayment of wages, including a handful of cases spearheaded by the New York State Attorney General's office. Working conditions in the industry were also cited as a raison d'être in the successful campaign to raise the state minimum wage to $15 per hour, which takes full effect at New York City car washes in January of 2019. As Reason chronicled in a feature story in our July 2016 issue, the real world impact of the unionization drive, the lawsuits, and the $15 minimum wage has been mainly to push car washes to automate and to close down. Two years later, there are more unintended consequences. The $15 minimum wage is fostering a growing black market—workers increasingly have no choice but to ply their trade out of illegal vans parked on the street, because the minimum wage has made it illegal for anyone to hire them at the market rate. The minimum wage is also cartelizing the industry: Businesses that have chosen to automate are benefiting from the $15 wage floor because outlawing cheap labor makes it harder for new competitors to undercut them on price and service. As a sequel to the 2016 article, this video takes an in-depth look at the real world consequences that result when politicians interfere with a complex industry they don't understand, enabled by media coverage that rarely questions the overly simplistic tale of exploited workers in need of protection. Click here for full text and links: https://reason.com/reasontv/2018/10/11/the-15-minimum-wage-car-washes Written, shot, edited, and narrated by Jim Epstein. Photo Credits Photo of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets unionized car wash workers at the Hi-Tek Car Wash in the Queens borough of New York City, U.S. April 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar Photos of Council Member Carlos Menchacha's arrest. William Alatriste for the New York City Council Music Credits "Curtains are Always Drawn" by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License. "Industrial Music Box" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100812 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ "Desert City" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100564 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ "Summer Days" by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
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Watch as Mayor Chip Johnson from Hernando, MS fosters a culture of health and wellness citywide. To learn more, visit www.countyhealthrankings.org The 2011 County Health Rankings classified Desoto County as the healthiest county in Mississippi for health outcomes and the fifth-healthiest county for health factors, with lower unemployment rates, higher education rates and greater access to healthy food compared to the rest of the state. Yet much more work needs to be done to improve the health of Desoto County, as one-third of its adults are obese and Mississippi, overall, has the highest obesity rates in the nation. Led by Mayor Chip Johnson, the city of Hernando, county seat of Desoto County, is now home to the largest farmers' market in Mississippi and was designated as the Healthiest Hometown in the state in 2010 by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation. Those are significant accomplishments, but Mayor Johnson continues to look for new opportunities to create a healthier community. A major focus of Mayor Johnson's efforts has been improving the city's physical environment. When he was elected in 2005, Hernando didn't have a parks department -- so he started one. Not only have all city parks been revamped, but they now have athletic facilities, community gardens and a local bike club. The city has also undertaken initiatives to stripe bike lanes, widen roads, and expand sidewalks to encourage residents to lead more active lives. "Your personal health is a personal choice," Mayor Johnson said in the 2011 Trust for America's Health F as in Fat report. "My job is to create an atmosphere and an opportunity for good health. If you want to take advantage of it, that's great. If you want to stay home on your couch, go ahead." Hernando has made other investments as well. In 2011, an employee wellness program, in partnership with Blue Cross & Blue Shield, reduced the city's health insurance premiums by 15 percent, a total savings of $130,000 that was reinvested in city employees in the form of a two percent raise. Today, the wellness program continues to expand, with plans underway to hold additional employee health fairs, create an employee exercise facility, and revise work policies to ensure that employees receive regular check-ups and health screenings without having to use sick or vacation leave.
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For decades now, one of the largest groups of uninsured Americans has been the 18 to 25 year-old crowd. In insurance parlance this group has been dubbed the "Young Invincibles" because their youth and good health typically give them the best prices on health insurance; a low likelihood of having an application declined due to pre-existing conditions and yet they remain the most difficult group to insure. Why? Many simply won't take the time to look for health insurance; either because they don't think they need it (they're young and invincible) or because they assume it's unaffordable. Give President Obama credit for addressing the issue head on in his 2009 address to Congress, when he said, "Those of us with health insurance are... paying a hidden... tax for those without it -- about $1000 per year for somebody else's emergency room... care. There may be those -- particularly the young and healthy -- who still want to take the risk and go without coverage... The problem is such irresponsible behavior costs all the rest of us money..." The President also did something about this issue in his health reform law by making it easier for young people to stay on their parent's health insurance and providing new protections for people who buy their own health insurance. At eHealthInsurance we think this is an important issue as well. So, we ran a contest with the PopTent community of filmmakers where-in we challenged them to come up with a 30 second video that would encourage people to review their options and get covered. These are the four winners: If you think covering the uninsured is an important issue, please pick your share your favorite video and share it with your friends on Facebook, YouTube or Twitter. And, please let us know about it here on our blog as well, so we can let the video creators know who - in your opinion -- won. eHealthInsurance will feature the video that gets the most views in a upcoming advertisement. America's health care system is not perfect, and there are people who can't get health insurance no matter how hard they try. But, there are also uninsured people who could qualify for affordable health insurance if they took the time to look. So, we're encouraging every uninsured American to: 1. Check your options -- Go to eHealthInsurance.com or work with another licensed agent to get quotes for private insurance options in your area. Most people are shocked by how affordable an individual health insurance policy can be, especially for young adults. 2. Expect better benefits - Provisions of the health care reform law expanded benefits for many new health insurance policies. For example, it put an end to lifetime dollar limits on coverage (for most medical services). It also made certain preventive care services available to policyholders at no out-of-pocket costs and increased consumer protections from rate increases. 3. Don't run from pre-existing conditions -- Review eHealthInsurance's list of pre-existing conditions that don't necessarily result in a declined application for individual insurance. And, investigate the new pre-existing condition health insurance plans available through the Department of Health and Human Services at Healthcare.gov. 4. Get a second opinion -- Contact the non-profit Foundation for Health Coverage Education (www.coverageforall.org) if you can't qualify for private insurance due to a medical condition, or if you find the cost of health insurance to be too expensive. The Foundation for Health Coverage Education can direct you to all available state and federal health insurance products available for people in your position. 5. Pay a fair price -- Don't be afraid to negotiate prices for expensive medical procedures. Find out what the going rate is for a host of medical services by visiting Healthcare Blue Book (www.HealthcareBlueBook.com). This strategy is especially helpful for people who have high deductible health insurance plans, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), are uninsured, or forced to visit an out-of-network medical provider. Let's hope that if we make it clear to young people that finding health insurance has never been easier, we'll begin to see the behavior change we've been looking for.
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LIVE gavel to gavel coverage on MPB TV, MPB Think Radio and on our website, beginning at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9. Governor Phil Bryant is set to begin the address at 5 p.m. For more information visit mpbonline.org/mssots.
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Supported employment is designed to place people in competitive jobs in the community to enable them to be as productive and independent as possible. The MS Department of Rehabilitation Services coordinates with regional centers throughout the state in providing resources to ensure success. Person Centered Planning is utilized to promote individual choice and family inclusion. Mississippi's pubic mental health system consists of programs operated by the Mississippi Department of Mental Health, 15 regional Community Mental Health Centers, and non-profit community mental health providers who receive funding from the state. For more information, call 1-877-210-8513.
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Tune in Monday, November 26, at 11:00 AM EST to see Football LIVE at Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, Jackson, Mississippi. 2012 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Gridiron Classic news conference featuring all the coaches from this year's MHSAA Football championships from the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Jackson, Mississippi This event is also available at http://www.misshsaa.tv/events/46118. Produced By MHSAA
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Arkansas governor launches plan to improve health across the state LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Oct. 14, 2015) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson launched a statewide plan today to improve the health of all Arkansans. The plan, titled Healthy Active Arkansas, contains nine focus areas all tied to increasing the health of Arkansans through healthy dietary choices and increased physical activity. The nine focus areas are Physical and Built Environment; Nutritional Standards in Government, Institutions and the Private Sector; Nutritional Standards in Schools—Early Child Care Through College; Physical Education and Activity in Schools—Early Child Care Through College; Healthy Worksites; Access to Healthy Foods; Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Reduction; Breastfeeding; and a Marketing Program. The plan can be viewed and downloaded by visiting www.healthyactive.org. “Healthy Active Arkansas is about the future of our state,” Hutchinson said. “We want to create a state where all Arkansans can lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.” Hutchinson pointed out the many benefits of improving health outcomes in Arkansas, including benefits to businesses through lower health care costs for employers and employees and increased productivity; lowering the burden of chronic disease treatment, such as obesity and diabetes, on the health care industry; and strengthening the state’s economic development potential by establishing Arkansas as a place with a healthier workforce. “It’s all connected,” Hutchinson said. “We have more than $1 billion annually just in obesity-related expenses. The more we do to improve healthy lifestyles in our state, the more we reduce costs and the more we improve our workforce and quality of life.” Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Greg Bledsoe joined Hutchinson in announcing the launch of Healthy Active Arkansas, and he made a call to action for the entire state to embrace the tenets of the plan. “For us to achieve the goals set forth in Healthy Active Arkansas, it will require all of us, across all sectors, to work together,” Bledsoe said. “This plan contains recommendations not just for the health care industry, but for businesses, governments, civic organizations and individuals. There’s power in people working together, and that’s what we’re challenging all of Arkansas to do.” The announcement of the plan comes just weeks after a new study was released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that identified Arkansas as having the highest rate of obese adults in the United States. “Obesity and related health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes are problems that are plaguing our country,” Bledsoe said. “Arkansas can and will step up to the challenge of reducing our obesity rate and improving the health of our people. Healthy Active Arkansas is the road map that we’ll follow to take on that challenge.” Bledsoe is leading a consortium that will oversee the plan’s implementation. The consortium includes leaders from the Arkansas Department of Health, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement, the Arkansas Minority Health Commission, Baptist Health and the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute. One of the consortium’s first tasks is to hire an individual to coordinate the plan’s implementation. “We hope to begin the search process for that individual soon,” Bledsoe said. “In the meantime, we are laying the groundwork for building relationships with communities, health care providers, nonprofits and others to join with us in this endeavor.” One such relationship is with the Arkansas Hospital Association, which announced today its endorsement of Healthy Active Arkansas. Troy Wells, CEO of Baptist Health and a member of the Arkansas Hospital Association board, made the announcement. “Hospitals across the state, both large and small, have an opportunity to be leaders in utilizing Healthy Active Arkansas,” Wells said. “This is an exciting step forward for our state.”
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan members have access to tools and resources to live healthy. This video provides information about Blue Cross Health & Wellness powered by WebMD® Health Services, available anytime, anywhere. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, a nonprofit mutual insurance company, is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. BCBSM provides and administers health benefits to more than 4.4 million members residing in Michigan in addition to employees of Michigan-headquartered companies who reside outside the state. For more company information, visit Our website - http://bcbsm.com Our blog - http://MiBluesPerspectives.com Facebook - http://facebook.com/BCBSM Twitter - http://twitter.com/BCBSM
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YOUR DESCRIPTION HAS REACHED THE LIMIT OF CHARACTERS ALLOWED AND WAS CUT. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Many of the 7 million consumers who got insurance under President Barack Obama's health care law will see their premiums rise next year unless they switch to another plan, independent analysts said as the government released details Friday. The Health and Human Services department released a massive computer file of 2015 premiums one day ahead of the start of open enrollment. Those numbers will take time to fully analyze. Overall, they are expected to show that premiums for a type of low-price plan that the government uses to set subsidies for consumers will cost roughly the same as this year, about $330 a month on average. Many people will pay much less after subsidies, about 25 percent of the cost, which will be good news for first-time customers. But there is a catch if you are already a customer: Your plan may no longer be the lost-cost benchmark in your community. In that case, you'll pay more unless you switch. "Just because you enrolled in a low-cost plan this year is no guarantee that your plan will also be low-cost next year," said Larry Levitt of the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation. He analyzed a 48-city sample of 2015 premiums from data available earlier this week. "Last year's low cost plans will experience premium increases, meaning the majority of consumers will experience cost increases if they re-enroll in the same plan," said Caroline Pearson of Avalere Health, a private market analysis firm. An early look by Avalare at premiums for a hypothetical 50-year-old nonsmoker in the benchmark plan found wide differences among states, from a 28 percent increase in Alaska to a 19 percent reduction in Mississippi. Most states saw single-digit changes. Consumers should be wary of national and even state averages, and instead focus on what's happening with their own plan, the analysis said. The shifts are due to the ups and downs of the market, and to cost-saving provisions written into the law. The Affordable Care Act offers subsidized private health insurance to people who don't have access to coverage on the job. HealthCare.gov and state insurance markets are launching their second annual sign-up season, which runs through Feb. 15. This year, 85 percent of their customers received tax credits to subsidize their premiums. Those existing customers will be renewing coverage for the first time. Some could face sticker shock. The following example uses actual premiums from HealthCare.gov, and was provided by the Kaiser Foundation: Take a hypothetical 40-year-old retail salesperson in Miami making $20,000 a year. This year, she signed up for the benchmark low-cost plan in her area, the "Coventry $10 Copay." The full premium was $270 a month. Her government tax credit covered $184 of that, so her share was $86 a month. For 2015, Coventry is no longer the benchmark plan. Instead, it's the "Molina Silver HMO," with a monthly premium of $274. If the consumer switches to Molina for 2015, the government will pay $191 and her share will be $83. But if she wants to stay with Coventry, she'll see a 40 percent increase. That's because Coventry increased its premium to $311 for 2015. And also, the federal share will be capped at $191 - what the government would pay for the benchmark Molina plan. The consumer would be on the hook for $120 a month. Part of the reason for such shifts is that the health care law was designed like a voucher system. You get a tax credit for health insurance based on your income and on the premium for the benchmark plan in your area, called the "second-lowest-cost silver plan." Plans are offered
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Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed into law a bill that prevents women from getting abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. His state, effective immediately, now holds the distinction of having the earliest abortion ban in the nation. "I was proud to sign House Bill 1510 this afternoon. I am committed to making Mississippi the safest place in America for an unborn child, and this bill will help us achieve that goal," Bryant tweeted Monday. Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves echoed that sentiment Monday, tweeting "It's a great day in Mississippi" along with a picture of the signing. Also known as the Gestational Age Act, Mississippi's new law makes exceptions only for medical emergencies or cases in which there's a "severe fetal abnormality." There are no exceptions for incidents of rape or incest. The law also puts physicians on notice. Doctors who perform abortions after 15 weeks will be required to submit reports detailing the circumstances. If they knowingly violate the law, their medical licenses will be suspended or revoked in Mississippi. If they falsify records, they will face civil penalties or be forced to pay fines of up to $500. The measure is just one in a string of efforts to diminish access to abortions in Mississippi, critics say. "Abortion is a safe medical procedure and it is a critical part of the broad spectrum of reproductive health care that a woman may use in her lifetime," said Felicia Brown-Williams, Mississippi state director for Planned Parenthood Southeast Advocates, in a statement. "This ban is not only unconstitutional -- it endangers women's health care across our state. If legislators truly cared about women's health, they would be focused on ways to improve access to health care for women, not restrict it." Access to abortions in Mississippi was already highly restrictive. It is among a small handful of states that has one remaining clinic: in this case, Jackson Women's Health Organization. Although Mississippi is among the states with a 20-week ban, up until the enactment of this latest bill, the cutoff time for abortions at the Jackson clinic was 16 weeks. And since hospitals won't perform abortions, the resulting one-week change brought on by this new law is "arbitrary," based on "capricious whim" and a way to "feed political meat" to a political base, said Dr. Willie Parker, board chairman of Physicians for Reproductive Health. Mississippi is the only state in the country that requires physicians who perform abortions to be board-certified or board-eligible obstetrician-gynecologists, a fact that's being challenged in court as unconstitutional by the Center for Reproductive Rights. Parker, an OB/GYN, explained that he could be trained in a plastic surgical procedure and be free to perform that procedure in Mississippi, even though he's not a board-certified plastic surgeon. But a family physician, a surgeon or an internist trained to perform abortions isn't given the same leeway. Mississippi also requires in-person counseling and a 24-hour waiting period before receiving an abortion, which means women must make repeat trips to the facility -- a fact that's especially burdensome for those living outside Jackson. Health plans under the Affordable Care Act, insurance policies for public employees and public funding for abortions can be applied only in cases of rape, incest, fetal impairment or when a life is endangered, according to the Guttmacher Institute. About 2,000 women a year in Mississippi receive abortions, Parker said. The vast majority, 88%, receive them in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. So by 15 weeks, he estimates, 200 women in Mississippi who should have access to an abortion no longer will. For women living in poverty who need time to gather resources to pay for an abortion and for those outside Jackson who need to find ways to cover additional expenses associated with travel, House Bill 1510 will close the door to a procedure that's been a legal right for women since the passage of Roe v. Wade in 1973. Proponents of the bill, like Mississippi State Rep. Dan Eubanks, argue that this law will do what's best for women. "Beyond the obvious debate of trying to save the lives of innocent babies, there is the often less discussed issues that relates to the health of the mother who receives an abortion," Eubanks wrote in an email. "When did looking out for the life, health and overall wellbeing of a child or its mother start getting labeled as extreme in this country?" "Mississippi politicians' flagrant assault on reproductive rights will not go unchallenged," said Lourdes Rivera, senior vice president of US programs at the Center for Reproductive Rights, in a written statement. "This bill is dangerous and unconstitutional. The Center is prepared to answer any attempt to undermine 40 years of Supreme Court precedent with the full force of the law." Thank you for watching and supporting! I'd love to hear your thoughts on the topics I discuss or anything that interests you!
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The Supreme Court ducked on a major ruling on Monday. The Court was to decide whether or not Obamacare can require religious groups to offer employees free contraception through their insurance plans. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins CBSN with more.
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Mary Cracchiolo Spain, regional director of communication for MGM Resorts – Mississippi, looks back on the success of connecting desires of casino employees to make a difference with needs of cleaning the island on an annual basis. The Renew Our Rivers Deer Island cleanup marked its seventh year in 2016, with hundreds of volunteers participating over that time to remove more than 12 tons of trash and debris from this natural treasure. ----- Founded on December 31, 1924, Mississippi Power serves more than 186,000 customers across the Mississippi Gulf Coast, the Pine Belt, and Meridian. Our mission is to deliver world-class value to our customers and communities every day. At Mississippi Power, we take generating and delivering reliable, affordable energy seriously. We consider a range of energy sources to balance energy supply with our growing customer demand. Our energy resource plan is updated and approved by the Mississippi Public Service Commission. The Kemper County energy facility is a great example of how we're taking technology — gasification — and combining it with an abundant Mississippi resource — lignite — to provide affordable electricity for generations to come. We have also recently worked with area partners to begin the development of three separate solar farms across south Mississippi, which makes Mississippi Power the largest provider of solar energy in the state. Have questions? Call our 24/7 customer service center at 1-800-532-1502 Is your power out? Monitor and report outages online at http://mspwr.co/outage Get news, energy savings tips, and more on our website – http://mississippipower.com Follow us on social media: Facebook – http://mspwr.co/facebook Twitter – http://mspwr.co/twitter YouTube - http://mspwr.co/youtube LinkedIn – http://mspwr.co/linkedin Google+ - http://mspwr.co/googleplus
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Employees typically organize into unions by one of two methods. Either a state or national union contacts them about organizing to become union members, or the employees themselves approach the union about joining. When it is the employees approaching the union, it is often because one or more are unhappy about some new policy, working condition, or change in leadership. It is also often the case employees will approach the union because they have reason to believe their jobs are threatened. In either case, the agency should be aware of its rights and obligations. That’s what we’ll explore in this presentation. Union certification is the determination that a particular union qualifies as the bargaining unit because it has the support of a majority of workers.
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More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" reports on the Department of Natural Resources increased logging operations. State officials say careful tree management is keeping the forest in check, but the Indiana Forest Alliance argues the DNR's actions are changing the landscape of the forest. Employers are speaking out against the Affordable Care Act's mandate to provide health insurance for employees working more than 30 hours per week. Jashin Lin explains how the law has been affecting workers and their employers. And we go live to Statehouse reporter Brandon Smith to discuss the latest on HJR-3, the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
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Go to http://wikidownload.com/wiki/mississippi-llc-certificate-formation-forms/ State Website - http://www.sos.ms.gov/business_services_feesForms2.aspx How to Form an LLC in the State of Mississippi under the state statute 79-29-201 and is applicable to any person that is a resident to apply for a domestic LLC by applying the Mississippi Certificate of Formation within the state. Steps 1 Choose Your Name. - You will first need to choose the name of the LLC you would like. Once you have chose your name, you will have to search to make sure that your name has not been taken with the Mississippi LLC Search Tool. 2 Download Mississippi Certificate of Formation. - This will be the official form you will use to apply for an LLC in Mississippi. This form, along with a filing fee of $50 made payable to the Mississippi Secretary of State must be sent together to the following address: The Office of the Mississippi Secretary of State, P.O. Box 1020, Jackson, MS 39215-1020 3 Wait for LLC in Mail. - Wait for your LLC to show up in the mail. Typical processing time is about 10 to 15 business days from the date you sent the application. 4 Apply for an EIN Number. - If you have plans to open a bank account under the name of the LLC, or you have more than one member (owner) in your LLC, you will need an Employment Identification Number. Apply Now! Tips Must be at least 18 years old. Highly recommended to have an LLC Operating Agreement.
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Henry Ford Health System Receives Prestigious 2011 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Learn more: http://www.henryford.com/body.cfm?id=56694 Henry Ford Health System has been named a 2011 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient, one of the most prestigious national awards for performance excellence. Henry Ford was one of only four 2011 recipients and the only organization in Michigan. An award ceremony is planned for April 2012. "The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is a symbol of the highest standards of excellence, and we are extremely proud and humbled to have been selected," says Nancy M. Schlichting, CEO of Henry Ford Health System. "Participating in the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program has prepared Henry Ford to continue to serve our community, our State and our country with vision, innovation and a relentless focus on achieving world-class quality and service to our patients and their families, and providing the best workplace for our employees and physicians." "The Baldrige examiners saw what we recognize in our team members every day - that they are national role models for performance excellence who demonstrate pride and passion in what they do, continually striving for improvement," says Schlichting. "While we have repeatedly been acknowledged across the country for our clinical excellence, the Malcolm Baldrige Award also validates our business acumen, our energizing and focused organizational culture, and the role that Henry Ford Health System plays as a major influence on the economic and health transformation of our great city and state," says Bob Riney, President & Chief Operating Officer, Henry Ford Health System. Learn more about the award and the Baldrige journey: http://www.henryford.com/body.cfm?id=56694
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Regardless of politics, what ACTUALLY happens? Video on Plan B: https://youtu.be/7Vozr9vHeMo Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/asapsci GET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/ Created by: Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown Written by: Rachel Salt, Greg Brown and Mitchell Moffit Illustrated: by: Max Simmons Edited by: Sel Ghebrehiwot FOLLOW US! Instagram and Twitter: @whalewatchmeplz and @mitchellmoffit Clickable: http://bit.ly/16F1jeC and http://bit.ly/15J7ube AsapINSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/asapscience/ Snapchat: realasapscience Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE Tumblr: http://asapscience.tumblr.com Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! SNAPCHAT US 'whalewatchmeplz' and 'pixelmitch' Created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93, Toronto P Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Further Reading--- http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(16)30380-4/abstract Abortion incidence between 1990 and 2014: global, regional, and subregional levels and trends http://www.sciencedirect.com.subzero.lib.uoguelph.ca/science/article/pii/S0010782405001058 Safety of mifepristone abortions in clinical use http://www.fda.gov/downloads/drugs/drugsafety/ucm088643.pdf Mifepristone medication guide https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9166323 Medical abortion in early pregnancy: a review of the evidence. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11814515 Misoprostol for women's health: a review. http://www.fqpn.qc.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Mifepristone_Misoprostol_review-1.pdf Review of medical abortion using mifepristone in combination with a prostaglandin analogue https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25932839 Manual compared with electric vacuum aspiration for abortion at less than 6 weeks of gestation: a randomized controlled trial. http://www.nrlc.org/uploads/stateleg/NAFChapter11DE.pdf Dilation and Evacuation https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24411044 Vaginal cesarean section for second-trimester therapeutic abortion. https://www.guttmacher.org/report/characteristics-us-abortion-patients-2014 Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients in 2014 and Changes Since 2008 https://www.plannedparenthood.org/files/5113/9611/5527/Abortion_After_first_trimester.pdf ABORTION AFTER THE FIRST TRIMESTER http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0002937803021768 Dilation and evacuation at ≥20 weeks: comparison of operative techniques http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications/general/lancet_4.pdf Unsafe abortion: the preventable pandemic https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22270271 The comparative safety of legal induced abortion and childbirth in the United States. http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/moreinformation/is-abortion-linked-to-breast-cancer Is Abortion Linked to Breast Cancer? http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/12/world/12abortion.html Legal or Not, Abortion Rates Compare http://spa.sagepub.com/content/11/1/28.abstract Analyzing the Effect of Anti-Abortion U.S. State Legislation in the Post-Casey Era https://web.archive.org/web/20110716212405/http://www.sogc.org/jogc/abstracts/full/200912_WomensHealth_1.pdf Unsafe Abortion: Global and Regional Incidence, Trends, Consequences, and Challenges https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/health-topics/tw2462 Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) for Abortion http://www.ourbodiesourselves.org/health-info/dilation-and-evacuation-abortion/ Dilation and Evacuation Abortion
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CAREGIVER & CNA JOBS, TRAINING, & SCHOLARSHIPS - LEARN MORE @ myCNAjobs.com CNA Job Insight: Top Reported Large Home Care Agencies For CNAs Hi there and welcome to our career training series. I’m Nick, a recruiter here at myCNAjobs Each year, we survey thousands of caregivers and CNAs to see where they want to work, ranking companies across the nation. I’m excited to share with you our latest results of the top 10 large home care companies with multiple locations. There are a lot of good companies on list if you’re looking to pick up a shift or for a new company to grow a CNA career So without further ado, here’s what CNAs across the country told us. They want to work for LIST THE TOP 10 HOME CARE COMPANIES FROM OUR TREND REPORT Visiting Angels Senior Helpers BrightStar Care Comfort Keepers Home Care Assistance Home Instead Senior Care Right at Home In Home Care Assisting Hands Home Care Interim Health Care Humana Senior Bridge I took a peek at what each company offers CNAs and here are some of the benefits that stood out. * Visiting Angels offers some assistance in becoming a home care aid, they also help pay for your TB Test, and Live Scan. * Senior Helpers offers training when you become a Senior Helper, you will have access to the Senior Helpers University where you can take courses to learn how to be a better caregiver and potentially increase your salary based on your certification level. * BrightStar Care offers competitive base salaries, incentive pay opportunities, and additional value-added benefits that allow our employees to enjoy a high quality of life and personal success. * Comfort Keepers offers care for their employees by offering Mileage reimbursement, including review and merit-based raises * Home Care Assistance home care offers regular hours, stable work and minimal waiting periods between cases. We offer a variety of schedules from full-time, live-in to hourly care, and can accommodate your preferred work schedule. * Home Instead Senior Care offers initial and on-going job training including specialized training opportunities, such as dementia and alzheimer's for clients. They stay connected with their staff with a biweekly newsletter that shares information about staff changes, announcements for caregivers, caregivers birthdays and events coming up. * Right at Home In Home Care offers a new, enhanced Right at Home University. This new online system offers more than 500 nationally recognized certification and training programs along with state-specific training, approved continuing education and more professional development opportunities. * Assisting Hands Home Care offers Aflac Insurance and weekend sign on bonus to compliment your commitment. * Interim Healthcare has more than 300 offices across the country,they can offer a variety of assignments to meet your needs * Humana Senior Bridge Home Care offers healthy and security options such as Life insurance, Healthy living rewards, and Retirement savings plan. So that’s if folks. And, we’re lucky enough to work with many companies on this list here at myCNAjobs. So if you’re looking for a CNA job within a home care agency, be sure to check out upcoming jobs, career fairs, and interview opportunities at myCNAjobs.com or call us to talk to a recruiter directly. Thanks for listening in! CAREGIVER & CNA JOBS, TRAINING, & SCHOLARSHIPS - LEARN MORE @ myCNAjobs.com Additional Video Topics include Caregiver Training: How to Become A Caregiver Caregiver Training: How to Become A CNA Home Care Training - Caregivers & CNAs At Work Senior Living Training - Caregivers & CNAs At Work
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UPDATE: Thank you for making us the #1 Unemployment Hearing assistance video on YouTube. If you have any topics you would like covered send us an email or leave a comment. Dont forget to check out our website for Free help and our Consultation Services including Unemployment Hearing Representation For FREE unemployment compensation benefits help visit http://UnemploymentRevolution.com This is how a typical telephone unemployment hearing sounds. They are not normally this polite and helpful. Many can be downright frustrating and harassing if you do not have representation. We offer FREE information so you can WIN your hearing or lower your business unemployment insurance cost. Allow us to represent you or your business for all your unemployment needs. We specialize in unemployment consulting and have represented hundreds of clients in unemployment hearings. We have insider information and possess the secrets to help you WIN. Our representatives have worked for the state as Unemployment hearing Officers holding thousands of hearings. We offer affordable consultation. Don’t get taken advantage of during your hearing. The unemployment process can be complicated and confusing to many people. Allow us with our years of experience to help you WIN your unemployment hearing! Claimants have been awarded benefits in approximately 60% of the cases in which they were represented by an unemployment advocate. This is a truly remarkable statistic given the estimated average success rate of less than 30% for unrepresented claimants. These figures demonstrate that legal assistance provided by the an representative makes a tremendous difference in the outcome of unemployment proceedings. With the assistance of the representatives, claimants are able to successfully navigate a complex bureaucratic system, and obtain crucial financial support. If you have any questions about to receive unemployment insurance benefits, or have been denied benefits, or even if you plan on quitting or know you will be fired contact us at http://UnemploymentRevolution.com Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
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Call 1-800-903-6066 or visit https://www.taylorbenefitsinsurance.com/missouri/. Taylor Benefits Insurance Agency, Inc. has been the Missouri leading group health insurance broker and employee benefit package plan specialist for over 25 years. We offer the following services in the state of Missouri: Group healthcare and insurance plans for large or small businesses Group life/dental/vision insurance Group long term care Group short/long term disability Group 401k plans Give us a call or visit our website https://www.taylorbenefitsinsurance.com/ to learn more about our services in the state of Missouri today!
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http://mlmhiddensecrets.com/LegalShield/?t=yt-LT If you are researching LegalShield or you are looking for Legal Shield reviews it is probably because you are trying to get the truth about this business. There is no Legal shield scam it is a legitimate business and you can make good money promoting Legalshield if you know what you are doing. You can avoid the problems that Legal shield distributors face by visiting http://mlmhiddensecrets.com/LegalShield/?t=yt-LT LegalShield is an American corporation that sells legal service products through multi-level marketing in the United States and Canada. The company was originally founded August 8, 1972 as the Sportsman's Motor Club. In 1976 it was incorporated as Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc., and made its initial public offering in 1984. Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. was acquired by MidOcean Partners in 2011 and changed its name to LegalShield. 0:50 legalshield review / prepaid legal review begins 1:22 legal shield scam truth revealed 2:31 legalshield distributors struggle because of this 3:19 egalshield reps will succeed because of this Company description LegalShield develops and markets pre-paid legal service plans through a network of more than 50 independent provider law firms across the U.S. and Canada. The Company also markets an identity theft monitoring and restoration services through its partnership with Kroll Inc.. The company's service plans are sold through multi-level marketing. Products are also sold as an employee benefit through payroll deduction. The company has legal service plans for small businesses as well advertised with NFL Hall of Fame player Fran Tarkenton as spokesman. Subsidiaries Today, LegalShield has its headquarters in Ada, Oklahoma. The company owns several subsidiaries. Pre-Paid Legal Casualty, Inc. operates in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Montana, Nebraska, Tennessee, & Wisconsin. There are three subsidiaries that serve individual states: Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. of Florida, National Pre-Paid Legal Services of Mississippi, Inc. and Legal Service Plans of Virginia, Inc. The primary purpose of these subsidiaries is to comply with different insurance laws in those states; they consider the product to be an insurance product, while the other U.S. states consider legal service plans to be a service product. PPL Legal Care of Canada Corporation operates in the country of Canada. History LegalShield Headquarters On July 11, 1969, former CEO and founder Harland C. Stonecipher of Ada, Oklahoma was involved in a motor vehicle accident and was hospitalized. Although the other party was cited for fault, they filed a suit against him for the accident. He hired a lawyer to defend himself in court, but in doing so, depleted his life savings. After researching the industry of European legal expense plans, Stonecipher created Pre-Paid Legal's predecessor, The Sportsman's Motor Club, on August 8, 1972. The club offered legal expense reimbursement to its members. Pre-Paid Legal began utilizing "network marketing" (multi-level marketing or MLM) in 1983. Pre-Paid Legal went public on the NASDAQ National Market System in 1984. Two years later, the company moved to the American Stock Exchange and then on May 13, 1999, Pre-Paid Legal was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2001, the Wyoming Attorney General issued a press release announcing "When we discovered that Pre-Paid was using prohibited income representations to promote their multilevel marketing program, we warned them that the representations were prohibited by Wyoming law". Pre-Paid paid $4,000 in lieu of civil penalties, reimbursed the state for $1,000 in costs, and refunded $2,000 to participants who claimed to have been misled. In July the same year, the company was forced by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to stop counting the commissions they paid out to sales associates as assets, instead of expenses, the same way other types of insurance companies do, though they did not release their updated, halved, 2000 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LegalShield earnings figures until February 2002. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujAN5G8zsW4
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http://www.etax.com/resources/states/ms-mississippi/ The state of Mississippi has three rates at which it taxes income; for single tax payers the first $5,000 of income is taxable at 3%, from $5,001 to $10,000 is 4% and above $10,001 is 5%. Married couples who file a joint return have the option of determining their tax liability separately and then adding the results. The state of Mississippi does not tax Social Security Benefits. Your retirement income may be exempt from state taxes. If you receive an early distribution from any of these plans it is not considered retirement income and is subject to taxation. If you earn income on interest from obligations of Mississippi or any of its political subdivisions you are exempt from state taxes on that income. If any of the following are true, you should file a Mississippi state tax return. -Mississippi withheld Income Taxes from you wages -You have been taxed by Mississippi and are a non-resident or part-year resident -You were employed in a foreign county on a temporary or transition basis and are a resident of Mississippi you are subject to State tax. -You are a resident of Mississippi working out of state; you must file a Resident return and report your total gross income regardless of source. -You are single and have a gross income above $8,300, plus $1,500 per dependent. -You are married and you have a combined income more than $16,000 plus $1,500 per dependent with your spouse.
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Tonight we take a spin through the backroads of Kiln with author and tour guide, Al Saucier, to discover the moonshine trails of the early 1900’s. We reel in catfish at farms throughout the Delta and the World Catfish Festival in Belzoni. And we explore how private citizens come together to build their own skateboard parks for the community in Jackson and Hernando. Learn more at http://www.mpbonline.org
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New Frontiers in Coordinating Housing and Medicaid Services for People with Behavioral Health Conditions This webcast was recorded at Mathematica Policy Research's Washington, DC office on April 22, 2016. For information and resources related to this forum, please visit the event page: https://www.disabilitypolicyresearch.org/events/csdp-forum-april-2016-new-frontiers An abundance of evidence links housing to better health—and lower health care costs—for people with serious mental illness or other behavioral health conditions. But finding and maintaining housing can be a challenge for this population. Community-based services and supports, particularly those that provide coordination between housing and health services, are essential for helping people overcome this challenge. Yet these types of interventions—which require cross-system coordination—have not been widely adopted at the state level. Major obstacles include weak or non-existent partnerships between state Medicaid and housing agencies and the lack of a Medicaid-reimbursable mechanism for care coordination. But recent policy changes are spurring innovation and systems change. The Affordable Care Act is creating opportunities for service integration, such as Medicaid health homes and accountable care organizations, which focus on better care coordination and “whole-person” health. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have collaborated on several initiatives that encourage states to adopt policies that will increase the availability of home- and community-based services as well as supportive housing. Payers, too, are moving away from fee-for-service structures toward bundled payment rates, global capitation, and pay-for-performance models that emphasize quality—rather than quantity—of care. These shifts have prompted state and local Medicaid officials to look for ways to better coordinate housing and health services for high-need, high-cost beneficiaries. Mathematica’s Center for Studying Disability Policy discusses what state and federal partners are doing to coordinate and integrate health and housing services for people with behavioral health needs. Apr 21, 2016 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Location Washington, DC, and Online An abundance of evidence links housing to better health—and lower health care costs—for people with serious mental illness or other behavioral health conditions. But finding and maintaining housing can be a challenge for this population. Community-based services and supports, particularly those that provide coordination between housing and health services, are essential for helping people overcome this challenge. Yet these types of interventions—which require cross-system coordination—have not been widely adopted at the state level. Major obstacles include weak or non-existent partnerships between state Medicaid and housing agencies and the lack of a Medicaid-reimbursable mechanism for care coordination. But recent policy changes are spurring innovation and systems change. The Affordable Care Act is creating opportunities for service integration, such as Medicaid health homes and accountable care organizations, which focus on better care coordination and “whole-person” health. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have collaborated on several initiatives that encourage states to adopt policies that will increase the availability of home- and community-based services as well as supportive housing. Payers, too, are moving away from fee-for-service structures toward bundled payment rates, global capitation, and pay-for-performance models that emphasize quality—rather than quantity—of care. These shifts have prompted state and local Medicaid officials to look for ways to better coordinate housing and health services for high-need, high-cost beneficiaries. Join Mathematica’s Center for Studying Disability Policy at its next policy forum to learn more about what state and federal partners are doing to coordinate and integrate health and housing services for people with behavioral health needs. Speakers include Jonathan Brown, Carol Irvin, and Matthew Kehn from Mathematica and Jennifer Ho from HUD. They discussed: ---Why housing is an important part of efforts to treat high-need, high-cost Medicaid beneficiaries ---Challenges and lessons from the Money Follows the Person Demonstration’s efforts to improve the availability of supportive housing for Medicaid beneficiaries moving out of institutions ---Innovative state efforts to better coordinate health and housing services for people with behavioral health conditions ---Efforts led by HUD to partner with other federal agencies, such as CMS and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, to coordinate health and housing services
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