Thursday, October 8, 2009

Insurance news roundup

Seattle Times: CBO figures give health-care bill a big boost: Congressional budget analysts gave an important political boost Wednesday to a Senate panel's health-care overhaul, projecting that the $829 billion measure would both dramatically shrink the ranks of the uninsured and keep President Obama's pledge that doing so would not add "one dime" to federal budget deficits.

Detroit Free Press: Credit Scores Studied As Factor for Insurance Premiums

Time magazine: Will States Get Too Much Power?

Casualty Actuarial Society: Medical Malpractice Market Appears to have Stabilized, but Emerging Issues Pose New Challenges (a couple weeks old, but worthwhile reading)

WSJ: BlackRock Up for Role Rating Risk at Insurers

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