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  1. Blue Cross Choice, ages 59 and 64,Montgomery...

    Blue Cross Choice, ages 59 and 64,Montgomery County, Bronze plan $12000 deductible, $675/month.

    The MOST expensive plan is Blue Cross Platinum, $0 deductible, $3600 OOP, with a monthly premium of...
  2. Bronze plans don't get a subsidy. Gottagrey,...

    Bronze plans don't get a subsidy. Gottagrey, you've got your decimal point off. Bronze plan for single person, Baltimore County, 45 years old, Bronze plan, $195 with $6,000 deductible. That's the...
  3. In the states that expanded Medicaid a person is...

    In the states that expanded Medicaid a person is automatically eligible if their income is less 133% of the federal poverty level.

    Adults are only eligible in North Carolina if they are (and...
  4. Montana is a mess as far as health insurance...

    Montana is a mess as far as health insurance goes. I completely agree.
  5. I'm not going to play back and forth on this with...

    I'm not going to play back and forth on this with someone who clearly has no experience with the consequences of no referral letter from the professor teaching the practicum course which most closely...
  6. Yes, they would be expecting a letter of...

    Yes, they would be expecting a letter of recommendation. That's how it works in academia, clearly an area in which you have no experience.
  7. She could actually be below the subsidy zone but...

    She could actually be below the subsidy zone but in a state that refused the medicaid expansioin. Legally she wouldn't be required to buy insurance because of financial hardship, but it's crazy to...
  8. Angie's List is cancelling a $40M, 1,000 job...

    Angie's List is cancelling a $40M, 1,000 job expansion. Bam!
    ...
  9. That's very true. You can get the treatment and...

    That's very true. You can get the treatment and set up a payment plan for the balance.

    We took quite a hit on the insurance end. 2006 we had a $250 deductible plan. Husband's company was bought...
  10. She didn't ignore regulations though. They came...

    She didn't ignore regulations though. They came after she left the position. Much ado about nothing, as usual.
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    I did lose a hardkeeper TB to laminitis and...

    I did lose a hardkeeper TB to laminitis and subsequent founder in the spring, but that is pretty unusual. He did have a previous bout of laminitis from a poisoning episode the previous fall...pushed...
  12. Can you consult with the head of your students...

    Can you consult with the head of your students with disabilities department? Or your department chair...leaving out many of the details?
  13. I don't think there is. Can you consult with a...

    I don't think there is. Can you consult with a colleague in another university, while leaving out all the easily to identify information?
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    Cute. I don't believe that swimming skills are...

    Cute. I don't believe that swimming skills are covered under the ADA...is that something new?
  15. Dunno, I think it's all smoke and mirrors and...

    Dunno, I think it's all smoke and mirrors and just another situation where we will never know the truth. Interesting article in Salon that claims that those of us in the U.S. were told a pack of...
  16. Actually no letter would do a great, great deal...

    Actually no letter would do a great, great deal of harm. No letter speaks volumes...probably a good deal more than a carefully worded letter of recommendation.
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    Because we let our companies offshore jobs. You...

    Because we let our companies offshore jobs. You were likely speaking to someone in India.
  18. I agree...I think it's way past time for single...

    I agree...I think it's way past time for single payer.

    But think about it this way, friends decided not to buy health insurance a couple of years ago... they were starting up a new business. ...
  19. That's unfortunate. Tough spot you're in.

    That's unfortunate. Tough spot you're in.
  20. No it won't...actually this will cut off much of...

    No it won't...actually this will cut off much of the partisan witch hunting...no server to subpoena for Gowdy to go rooting through in an attempt to find something, anything that he can attempt to...
  21. It's not PC, it's the law. OP, can you talk to...

    It's not PC, it's the law.

    OP, can you talk to other professors? You're more likely to get a reasoned answer from someone who has also been in a similar predicament.
  22. Exactly...blame the employer...unfortunately a...

    Exactly...blame the employer...unfortunately a lot of people are blindsided when they take a new job without comparing benefits. You can end up with an overall reduction in total income when you...
  23. My cocker puppy went everywhere with me from 8...

    My cocker puppy went everywhere with me from 8 weeks on. She was a favorite at my parent's retirement home, the bank, polo games. I stayed away from the stores that did allow dogs though (like the...
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    Whew! I'm so happy for you! There have been...

    Whew! I'm so happy for you! There have been quite of few incidences of dogs stolen from back yards to be used as bait dogs...thankfully you have him back!
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    But in this instance, the receptionist is able to...

    But in this instance, the receptionist is able to do her job, and it appears able to do it well, with accommodation. I applaud the administration for the effort to be inclusive AND to have a...
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