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Lindeen’s ‘Now is the Time to Kick Some Ash’ Campaign Targets Smokers with High Insurance Costs

Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen reminded Montanans Thursday that insurance companies can charge them 50 percent more if they smoke.

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Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen Pushes for Insurance Discounts for Military Men and Women

Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen today announced her effort to allow home and auto insurance companies to lower costs for military men and women in Montana.

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Insurance Commissioner’s Office Encourages Montanans to Consider Earthquake Insurance

Thousands are preparing for a statewide earthquake drill tomorrow and Jennifer McKee with the Commissioner’s Office reminds Montanans not to assume their homeowner’s insurance policy will cover damage caused by an earthquake because—chances are, it probably doesn’t.

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Montana to be First State to Change Health Insurance Price Structure for Specialty-Tier Drugs

Montana is changing the way specialty-tier prescription drugs are paid for.

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36,584 Montanans Enroll for ACA Insurance, 86% Used Federal Assistance, Says HHS

In a conference call today, outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius announced that eight million Americans, and 36,584 Montanans, had signed up for healthcare in the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplace.

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Missoula Expecting 2011 Flooding Levels, Time Running Out for Effective Flood Insurance

Western Montana saw a lot of precipitation in January, February and March, and the onset of spring means that the snow in the mountains will begin working its way down into the valleys.

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New Report Shows Over 13,000, Mostly Older, Montanans Enroll for Obamacare Coverage

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released new data on Monday, January 13, showing the number of Montanans who had enrolled for health insurance in the new Affordable Care Act marketplace between October and December 2013.

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Montana Insurance Company Decides Not to Renew Non-ACA Compliant Health Insurance Plans

President Obama's promise that “if you like your plan, you can keep it” will not ring true to many Montana health insurance customers after an announcement this week, November 2.

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Montana Unemployment Insurance Rate Drops for Most Businesses

Montana Businesses will be paying a little less in taxes as the state moves into the holiday season. 

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New Survey Finds Most Montanans Without Health Insurance Want Coverage

The University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research has released the results of an extensive survey that questioned Montanans about health insurance.  The survey polled 4,662 Montanans between September 2011 and February 2012, and found that 20 percent did not have insurance.

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