Virginia’s Youngkin signs 700 bills that cover health care, police and taxes | National News

(The Center Square)—Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed about 700 bills impacting the economy, health care policy, law enforcement policies, taxes and various other issues. Each bill had some level of bipartisan support, needing approval from the Republican-controlled House of Delegates and the Democratic-controlled Senate. The governor also amended more than 100 bills, which the General … Read more

Virginia’s Youngkin signs 700 bills that cover health care, police and taxes | State

(The Center Square)—Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed about 700 bills impacting the economy, health care policy, law enforcement policies, taxes and various other issues. Each bill had some level of bipartisan support, needing approval from the Republican-controlled House of Delegates and the Democratic-controlled Senate. The governor also amended more than 100 bills, which the General … Read more

‘UNSUSTAINABLE’: State lawmakers push health care industry to lower its prices | News

More than a year after an extensive study on hospital prices in the United States, Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston, R-Fishers, and Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray, R-Martinsville, sent a not-so-subtle threat in the form of letters to state insurers and hospitals. Their message was clear: Find a way to lower your prices to … Read more

The Best Home Gym Equipment in 2022

Staff, Courtesy of Bowflex Even if you’re an avid cyclist, hopping on your bike for a daily ride simply isn’t always a possibility, whether it’s rain, snow, or a long day at work standing between you and hitting the road or trail. Having a well-rounded home gym ensures that you can keep up your training … Read more

Financial Focus: Retiring early? Know your health care choices | Local News

Life doesn’t always go as planned. For example, you might think you’ll retire at 65 or later, when you’ll be eligible for Medicare. But if you retire before then, how will you pay for your health care? Without insurance, you risk incurring thousands of dollars of expenses if you are injured or become seriously ill. … Read more

Op-Ed: Mark Cuban shows how the free market helps patients | National

Billionaire investor Mark Cuban is known for his razzle-dazzle. Not only has he backed a long string of tech, media, and cryptocurrency companies, he also owns the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and is a TV star on “Shark Tank.” Getting into discount drugs might not have seemed like an obvious next move for Mr. Cuban. … Read more

8 Best Ab Machines in 2022

Staff, Courtesy of Total Gym Whether you’re looking to tone up for bikini season or track season, starting a core workout program at home can be a game-changer when it comes to your strength and overall wellbeing. Although you can do core exercises with little more than a mat, many floor-based ab exercises can strain … Read more

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Don’t fall for that life insurance ad on TV | business news

It’s a scenario that John Buenger encounters all too often at his independent insurance agency. People see an ad for life insurance on TV, but when they ask for more details, the policy isn’t what they expected. “The fine print on these ads goes by so quickly that when people call in to get more … Read more

Column: Library board plans largest fourth of July Book Sale, volunteers needed | community

Wednesday, February 2, at least in Pennsylvania, was a sufficiently clear day, that Punxsutawney Phil—a groundhog, woodchuck, marmot, or ground squirrel—convinced amateur folklorists and desperate weather prognosticators that the rotund rodent had glimpsed his shadow, an omen that winter would continue for six more weeks. That pushed the arrival of spring into the middle of … Read more

Enrollees in health insurance sets record in Maryland | National News

(The Center Square) – A new record was set for Marylanders signing up for health coverage through the state’s health-care portal, Gov. Larry Hogan said. The Republican leader announced Friday morning that 182,861 residents enrolled for through Maryland Health Connection, a 10% increase over the 2021 open enrollment total of 166,038. “We were proud to … Read more