Monthly Archives: August 2010

Herding Cats

My friend Mitch, who lives in Montreal, was stuck overnight in Cleveland. Mitch used to live on Solon. He misses his friends, our shopping, and our health care – in that order. While visiting him at the airport Marriott, he … Continue reading

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As Seen In The Plain Dealer

My last post on Health Insurance Issues With Dave generated a lot of responses. Some people were frustrated with yet another under-publicized provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Some used my article as an opportunity to complain … Continue reading

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Don’t Cry Uncle, Stay Grandfathered

Grandfathered – The right to stay under the old rules and regulations that new policies must follow. The more onerous the new rules and regulations, the more desirable it is to be grandfathered. The new rules are coming. In a … Continue reading

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