Medigap coverage for pre-existing conditions

In All But Four States, Seniors on Medicare Can Be Denied a Medigap Policy Due to Pre-existing Conditions

CALIFORNIA—(ENEWSPF)—July 12, 2018 By: Cristina Boccuti, Gretchen Jacobson, Kendal Orgera, and Tricia Neuman In all but four states, insurance companies can deny private Medigap insurance policies to seniors after their initial enrollment in Medicare because of a pre-existing medical condition, such as diabetes or heart disease, except under limited, qualifying[Read More…]

Second Amendment, 2nd Amendment

Radical Liberal Interpretations of the 2nd Amendment Must End

Commentary by Gary Kopycinski Editor & Publisher Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Wildly liberal interpretations of the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution must end, forthwith. We must embrace a smart, conservative interpretation of this amendment if we truly cherish freedom. The 2nd Amendment is very simple: A well regulated Militia,[Read More…]

Teen Drivers

Teen Crash Risk Highest During First Three Months After Getting Driver’s License

NIH study uses software and cameras to monitor teen driving behaviors Bethesda, Maryland—(ENEWSPF)—July 10, 2018 Contact:  Linda Huynh and Robert Bock Teenage drivers are eight times more likely to be involved in a collision or near miss during the first three months after getting a driver’s license, compared to the[Read More…]


U.S. PIRG Statement on the Resignation of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Washington, DC—(ENEWSPF)—July 5, 2018 Contact: Kara Cook-Schultz President Donald Trump announced today via Twitter that he has accepted the resignation of embattled Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. In response, Kara Cook-Schultz, the director of U.S. PIRG’s toxics program, released this statement: “Scott Pruitt pledged to ‘restore’ the EPA to[Read More…]

Map of Mexico

Mexico Votes Overwhelmingly for “Change” by Electing López Obrador President, CEPR Experts Say

Sluggish Economy, Corruption, Crime Fueled Voters’ Discontent with the Status Quo Washington, DC and Jilotepec, Mexico—(ENEWSPF)—July 1, 2018 Contact: Dan Beeton  Voters in Mexico have “made history” and opted for change in electing Andrés Manuel López Obrador president today, experts from the Center for Economic and Policy Research, based in[Read More…]

Abortion survey

Poll: Two-thirds of Americans Don’t Want the Supreme Court to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Equal Pay and Fair Employment Practices are Voters’ Top Concerns among Women’s Issues CALIFORNIA—(ENEWSPF)—June 29, 2018 By: Craig Palosky Large Majority of the Public View Federal Funding of Family Planning Services for Low-Income Women as “Important” As President Trump prepares to make a new Supreme Court nomination, new polling from the Kaiser[Read More…]