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Archive: November 20, 2013

PHOTO: A poll and report from the Georgetown Center for Children and Families reveals more Pennsylvania children have health insurance than most respondents think, and the state is doing well compared to others in terms of covering children.  Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A perception about health insurance for children in Pennsylvania is that things are worse than they actually are. A poll done for the Georgetown Center for Children and Families shows most people assume that more kids are uninsured and live in poverty since the recession. However, ...Read More

Photo: There are 40,000 fewer kids going without health coverage in NY, but a new poll shows many are missing out on that good news. Photo credit: Georgetown University Center for Children and Families

NEW YORK - New York is in the top five for states that have managed to reduce the ranks of uninsured children - but a new poll shows public perception isn't in tune with that reality. According to the poll from the Georgetown Center for Children and Families, most Americans think the numbers of chi ...Read More

GRAPHIC: A new report questions what more than a decade worth of deep budget cuts has done for the state, and offers suggestions for improving Michigan's economy through investments and new revenue sources. Courtesy Michigan League for Public Policy.

LANSING, Mich. - Michigan lawmakers are being urged to think differently, in a new report about how best to stimulate the state's economy and move away from the legacy of budget cuts and tax breaks for businesses. According to the Michigan League for Public Policy, it's time to reinvest in educatio ...Read More

PHOTO: Missourians are making good use of the tools that are available to help resolve issues with their credit reports, according to a new study. Photo credit: freestockphotos.com.

ST. LOUIS - Much about life's major financial decisions hinges on the all-important credit report, and a study shows that Missourians are taking advantage of a new tool to help hold credit bureaus accountable. The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created to help resolve problems wit ...Read More

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