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Classic Car Insurance in California Rates Published Online at Auto Pros USA - PR Web (press release)

2013-08-08
Classic Car Insurance in California Rates Published Online at Auto Pros USAPR Web (press release)Classic vehicles can have higher resale values and this contributes to higher rates of insurance policies. The AutoProsUSA.com company has now posted its classic car insurance in California rates online at http://autoprosusa.com/insurance. These rates ...and more »

Sen. Harry Reid: Obamacare 'Absolutely' A Step Toward A Single-Payer System - Forbes

2013-08-10
Sen. Harry Reid: Obamacare 'Absolutely' A Step Toward A Single-Payer SystemForbesReid cited the post-WWII auto industry labor negotiations that made employer-backed health insurance the norm, remarking that “we've never been able to work our way out of that” before predicting that Congress would someday end the insurance-based ...

The new face of SNAP? Food stamps buy lobster for surfer and his buddies ... - Daily Caller

2013-08-10
The new face of SNAP? Food stamps buy lobster for surfer and his buddies ...Daily CallerGreenslate, a 29-year-old La Jolla California surfer and musician who sings that he does not want a “motherfucking job” and has “fuck no” guilt about living on $200 of what he calls “free money ” — or what the government called Supplemental Nutrition ...

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2013-08-09
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Red, White, & Blue Steel - ESPN

2013-08-09
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Classic Car Insurance in California Rates Published Online at Auto Pros USA

2013-08-08
Classic car insurance in California rates are now published for drivers online at the AutoProsUSA.com company. These rates are now generated for any driver without submission of personal details to compare prices for vintage car insurance rates. (PRWeb August 08, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/classic-car-insurance/rates-for-ca-drivers/prweb11009774.htm

CSE Insurance Group and Sheriffs and You Foundation Team Up to Give 100 Southern California (Orange County) Teachers ...

2013-08-06
To honor local southern California educators, Civil Service Employees Insurance Group, in partnership with Sheriffs and You Foundation, is hosting the 2013 Teachers Appreciation Event.

Confie Seguros Acquires Economy Insurance Mart

2013-08-05
NEW YORK, Aug. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Confie Seguros, a rapidly growing national provider of personal lines insurance, today announced the acquisition of Economy Insurance Mart of Spring Hill, FL, a provider of auto, home and small commercial insurance, as part of its continuing...

U.S. auto insurance practices might hurt low-income earners: report

2013-07-22
By Matt Haldane WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Several large U.S. auto insurance companies use education levels and occupation to set rates, effectively pricing some low- and moderate-income earners out of the market, according to a report by the Consumer Federation of America. The report, released on Monday, looked at premiums set by the 10 largest auto insurance companies in 10 urban areas across the ...

CSE Insurance Group and Sheriffs and You Foundation Team Up to Give 125 Bay Area Teachers $200 for Back to School ...

2013-07-29
To honor local Bay Area educators, Civil Service Employees Insurance Group, in partnership with Sheriffs and You Foundation, is hosting the 2013 Teachers Appreciation Event. They will select 125 well-deserving teachers from a pool of nominations to receive $200 gift cards, which the selected teachers will use to shop tax-free for classroom supplies in a special one-day shopping event 7 a.m.