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Archive for Thursday, November 6, 2014

Shorter window to enroll for health insurance

Floridians without health insurance will have half as much time to buy a plan for next year or face a penalty. The shorter time frame is just one challenge facing President Obamas signature healthcare law in Florida.
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Marriage Equality Laws – No Rights in Wrongful Death Case

On May 3, 2011, Orlando musician Terri Binion kissed her wife Tracy Irwin goodbye just like she might on any other morning except, as Binion wasnt feeling well, she only offered her cheek. Irwin was working as a contractor for a company hired by Cirque du Soleil to help complete its ambitious construction on its huge Zarkana set at Amway Arena. By 8 a.m., Irwin was at work, loading aluminum lighting trusses onto forklifts and stabilizing the load as it was slowly lifted into the air. What happened next would change Binions life forever. The load tilted, then it fell, fatally crushing Irwin.
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