STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Crop insurance deadline nears
A few years ago, I phoned area crop insurance agents just prior to the annual March 15 deadline forpurchasing or modifying crop insurance for spring-planted crops. I was curious about the trends and p... Posted on 3/4/13 at 4:35 PM
THE WEST WING Weekly Memo 12-14-2012
Each Weekly Memo to the City Council and the agenda packet is also provided on theCity Councilweb page.
The City met this week with AFSCME Council 65, which repres... Posted on 12/17/12 at 9:27 AM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Protect Yourself from Storm Chasers
When major storms leave damage to your home, it can be tempting to work with the first contractor that comes knocking on your door, the company that promises you a new roof by the end of the week, or ... Posted on 7/9/12 at 1:48 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio... Posted on 3/15/12 at 6:03 AM
While California law gives its health care exchange sweeping authority to conceal its spending on outside contractors, Minnesota's exchange already has made several key contracts and requests for proposals readily available to the public on its website.
A new head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency on May 2 got an earful from U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and a roomful of farmers and crop insurance agents in Fargo, about the agency’s handling of prevent-plant rules.
Because of the Affordable Care Act, North Dakota’s small businesses and their employees are getting better choices, starting with new protections that limit the outrageous rate hikes many small business owners faced in the past.
Marguerite Salazar and Stan Nakano
, April 24, 2013
Gay advocates have lobbied for allow same-sex marriages for years, but they made little progress. That appears ready to change Tuesday when House and Senate committees will hear bills overturning a state law outlawing gay marriage.
Ready or not, Minnesota health-care providers will face a slew of newly insured patients within the next year and a half, state Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson said on Friday. The question of whether the state will be ready dominated a panel discussion Jesson led on the Duluth campus of the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Uninsured Americans were less likely to get the best treatment for heart troubles than those with insurance in a new study that hints the blame may lie with the quality of physicians who typically treat the uninsured.
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