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2019

June

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  • Florida company sued over sale of skimpy health plans. Consumers say they believed they were purchasing Affordable Care Act plans that include coverage guarantees. But they were sold much less comprehensive coverage that left them vulnerable to tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid
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  • Maine's strict new internet privacy protection. The new law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2020, would require internet service providers to ask for permission before they sell or share any of their customers’ data to a third party. The law
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  • A watchdog whitewashed its oversight of FEMA’s disaster response. After catastrophic floodwaters submerged wide stretches of southern Louisiana in 2016, displaced homeowners and officials criticized the federal recovery effort as dangerously slow, leaving thousands of people homeless for months. The watchdog concluded that FEMA&rsquo

May

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  • Does your car need to know when you gain weight?. Cars produced today are essentially smartphones with wheels. For drivers, this has meant many new features: automatic braking, turn-by-turn directions, infotainment. But for all the things we’re getting out of our connected vehicles,
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  • Good Drug Discount Savings Card can 80% savings. 曾在臉書和雅虎工作的科技人賀許(Doug Hirsch)和兩位科技怪咖合創的「好處方」(GoodRx)公司,提供應用程式和網路服務,幫助消費者突破醫藥界的神祕運作迷霧,2011年創立以來,替客戶節省了100億美元的處方藥費。
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  • How a common blood test can cost $11 or almost $1,000. If you’re a patient seeking a metabolic blood panel, good luck finding out what it will cost. New data, analyzing the health insurance claims of 34 million Americans covered by large commercial insurance companies,

April

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