(via NJBIZ) The Obama administration is extending until Tuesday the deadline for Americans to sign up for health plans under the Affordable Care Act, the Washington Post and Reuters reported on Monday.
(via NJBIZ) In what could be seen as back-pedaling from the Affordable Care Act’s “individual mandate” requiring most Americans to get health coverage in 2014 or pay a penalty, the Obama administration said Thursday night it will exempt people who received notices that their health plans are being canceled.
(via NJ Spotlight) Employees accustomed to choosing from among two or three health-insurance plans are beginning to see a much broader menu of choices – and some benefit experts predict that trend will continue and grow in the next few years.
Let’s bring the spirit of Christmas to Congress. The last time the minimum wage went up was in 2009, and, as the owner of a Christmas tree farm and other businesses, I think it’s time for another raise.
TRENTON – New Jersey has filed a lawsuit against Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC and two of its affiliates alleging that they offered more than $10 billion in residential mortgage backed securities trusts for sale while misrepresenting the risks involved in the investments, and failing to disclose to investors information about significant defects in the offerings, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and Division of Law Director Christopher S. Porrino announced today.
(via NJ Spotlight) In five years, up to 19,000 plug-in electric vehicles could be sold in New Jersey. But the possibility that it may not happen is very worrisome to the state’s automotive retailers, who are supposed to achieve that goal.
PERTH AMBOY — This morning, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. visited the Puerto Rican Association for Human Development (PRAHD) in Perth Amboy and spoke about the importance of unemployment benefits for out-of-work New Jerseyans.