THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Today's Ask Your Government
I briefly ran out of your questions, so I asked a question of my own this week. Ill return to your questions soon, now that I have several again.
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STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Wednesday 9/23
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We've got a six-hour show packed into a three-hour bag today! Wendy Gabriel's Simple Tips for Green Living; The Final Chapter in the Drew Sjodin case; Al Aamo... Posted on 9/23/09 at 3:18 AM
BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota's insurance commissioner says he's ordered Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota to make changes after insurance examiners found excessive expenses paid with policyholders' dollars.
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm has served a cease-and-desist order on Floyd Sheridan, a Baltic, S.D., insurance agent accused of selling, soliciting or negotiating insurance to a Barnes County, N.D., resident.
Policyholders of Blue Cross of North Dakota expressed outrage over the expenses incurred when board members had a retreat at a posh beachfront resort.
It sounds like a current headline, given the flap about a Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota sales reward trip this week to the Grand Cayman Islands.
CEO Unhjem says he’ll pay his own expenses; Hamm calls for examination of company’s executive pay. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota will scrap its sales reward trips after public outrage over a Cayman Islands resort getaway, and the state’s top insurance regulator called for a “targeted financial examination” of the company’s executive pay.
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm has revoked the insurance license of Bruce Hager, a Fargo insurance agent who previously pleaded guilty to eight felony charges involving unregistered securities.
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