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The U.S. House of Representatives pushed through a bill Tuesday that would make restrictions on federal funding for abortions permanent, as well as removing Affordable Care Act credits and other benefits for health care plans that offer abortion care.
A New York federal jury’s decision that Beazley Insurance owed no coverage toward its policyholder’s settlement with a video technology company over lapsed payments was brought about by a number of errors by the overseeing judge and should be reversed, the video company told the Second Circuit on Monday.
The 2008 recession was painful for the mortgage insurance industry, but with changes in policy, credit standards and increased risk-spreading options, the industry is poised to emerge healthier and stronger than ever before, say Julie Rodriguez Aldort and Randi Ellias of Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd LLP.
A male-dominated American International Group Inc. division was a frat-like “boys club” where women were groped and licked and men crawled under desks to look up female colleagues’ skirts, a former female employee alleged in New York court Tuesday.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said Tuesday that he has invited President Donald Trump to address a joint session of Congress next month to present Republicans' “ambitious agenda” to the American people.