when was health insurance first offered in the united states?

Question by Nate: when was health insurance first offered in the united states?

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Answer by FlowerIt had to be before 1945 because that year a bill was passed exempting health insurance companies from anti-trust law, known as McCarran-Ferguson Act.

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Will any of these make our First Lady proud?

Question by Monica M: Will any of these make our First Lady proud? Mrs. Obama wasn’t proud of our Nation until her hubby got nominated for President. I wonder which of these things, which happened after President Obama took office, would make Mrs. Obama proud:

Would it make Michelle Obama proud:

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Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research?

Question by zzalphabeta: Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research? Wikipedia’s traffic numbers are soaring (it grew faster than MySpace over the past 12 months). And more and more people are dumping commercial external links into articles. Are people actually using it as their first stop to research a product or service? . . . → Read More: Is wikipedia increasingly your first stop for product research?

Can a life insurance company cancel a policy within the first two years of inception if suicide is suspected?

Question by jennifer: Can a life insurance company cancel a policy within the first two years of inception if suicide is suspected? My friend has a term life insurance policy that is less than 2 years old. She entered the hospital recently for a newly diagnosed bipolar disorder and had admitted to thoughts of . . . → Read More: Can a life insurance company cancel a policy within the first two years of inception if suicide is suspected?