|Harrah’s Gulf Coast Named Among Best Places to Work by Mississippi Business Journal
Harrah’s Gulf Coast earns Mississippi Business Journal’s prestigious ranking, citing generous benefits packages and robust health insurance plans.
|Governor Bryant Comments on Hobby Lobby Ruling
“I am very pleased the Supreme Court moved to uphold religious freedom today in its opinion in the Hobby Lobby case."
|Wicker Supports ‘Hire More Heroes Act’
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., has cosponsored the “Hire More Heroes Act,” a bill that would give businesses an added incentive to employ veterans or active military personnel who are covered under TRICARE or the VA because they would not have to count them toward Obamacare’s employer mandate.
|Complexity of Healthcare.gov Leaves Many Confused
The complexity of the Affordable Healthcare Act is leaving many around the country confused. Video
|Thad Cochran Campaign Releases First Web Video
Mississippians show their support for Thad's leadership, his conservative principles, and his work to fight Obamacare.
|S.R.H.S. to Hold Insurance Exchange Sign Up Event
Singing River Health System will partner with Ambetter, the Health Insurance Marketplace provider for South Mississippi, to provide a free consultation and insurance sign-up on Tuesday, February 18 from 4 p.m.-7 p.m at the Pascagoula Senior Center, located at 1912 Live Oak Ave. in Pascagoula.
|Senator Cosponsors Bill to Stop White House Taxpayer-Funded Bailouts for the Health Insurance Industry
U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) today said the administration should not have the sole discretion to determine when to extend taxpayer-funded bailouts to health insurance companies that lose money because of the defective Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), or Obamacare.
|No Insurance? You'll Pay a Big Fine, Starting January 30th
If you're still uninsured, you may be paying more than you think in penalties. Video
|Residents Struggling with the High Prices of Obama Care
People without health insurance find themselves desperately looking for help before federal fines kick in. Video
|Hospitals Seeing an Increase in Traffic Due to Obama Care
With millions now enrolled in the Affordable Care Act plan, emergency rooms are seeing more visitors. Video