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UICI Pledges to Work to Resolve Issues in Washington State (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
UICI today pledged its full cooperation with the Office of the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Washington, which issued a cease and desist order on March 8 that prohibits The MEGA Life and Health Insurance Company from selling a previously approved health insurance product to consumers in the State of Washington.

Letters to the Editor (Berkeley Daily Planet)
In recent years, many Californians have been gouged by exorbitant hospital bills, especially those resulting from emergency room visits. Consequently, many of the uninsured avoid going to the hospital out of fear of the final price tag.

Legislative candidates respond to issues questions (Rapid City Journal)
Voters statewide will elect senators and representatives to the South Dakota Legislature in their respective districts. Each of South Dakota''s 35 legislative districts elects one senator and two at-large House members, except for District 28 in northwestern South Dakota.

Women''s day and Women Rights (News From Bangladesh)
International Women''s Day is the ideal time to challenge current HIV prevention thinking. For the first time women comprise 50 percent of the global epidemic. The face of AIDS - especially in Asia - is more and more the face of women.

The missing link in the abortion debate (The Harvard Crimson)
With the widespread fear that the Dems lost the presidential race due to so-called Moral Values, the party has been backpedaling on its core stance faster than you can shout "get your laws off my body."

Provena Medical Group at Caton Farm responds to needs (The Beacon News)
Driving down Caton Farm Road into Plainfield reveals a once small farm town turned into a bustling community — in fact, Plainfield is among the most rapidly growing areas in all of Illinois.

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Cycle Claims Management from LawShield UK has been rebranded as Fetch. This makeover includes PoS materials for bike shops and a snazzy new website.

Focus on Women Policy Symposium (Foreign Relations)
New York, N.Y. NICHOLAS KRISTOF: We''d like to welcome you to this morning''s session. A couple of brief reminders about the Council rules.

ArtsJournal Forum: A Better Case for the Arts? (Arts Journal)
Is there a Better Case for the Arts? More Readers... I agree with Midori''s suggestion that more artists need to get involved with advocacy and fundraising efforts.

Grandma escapes kidnappers by buying Ford Explorer. (Cleveland Scene)
Don''t let Grandma go car shopping at Ganley East. She may never come home again. When 65-year-old Gloria Morman''s 1988 BMW finally died, she called a salesman at the Wickliffe dealer. "He seemed like a very nice young man," says the retired librarian.