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Check out these auto insurance images: Jeff being told that he could have saved a lot on his auto insurance. Image by Uffdah!!! A group of Hopi Indian priests preparing for sleep the night before the Hopi Snake Dance Ceremony at Mishongnovi, ca.1900 (CHS-1043) Image by Fæ Wikimedia Commons image page Description Description ”A group of Hopi Indian priests preparing for sleep the night before the Hopi Snake Dance Ceremony at Mishongnovi, ca.1900 Photograph of a group of 5 Hopi Indian priests preparing for sleep the night before the Hopi Snake Dance Ceremony at Mishongnovi, ca.1900. They are laying on their Kivas and are prepared to watch for the first rays of the morning sun. The landscape is flat and mostly barren far into the distance. Call number: CHS-1043 Legacy record ID: chs-m14813; USC-1-1-1-13888 Photographer: Pierce, C.C. (Charles C.), 1861-1946 Filename: CHS-1043 Coverage date: circa 1900 Part of collection: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960 Type: images Geographic subject (city or populated place): Mishongnovi Repository name: USC Libraries Special Collections Accession number: 1043 Microfiche number: 1-170- Archival file: chs_Volume90/CHS-1043.tiff Part of subcollection: Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection, 1860-1960 Repository address: Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189 Geographic subject (country): USA Format (aacr2): 3 photographs : glass photonegative, photoprints, b&w ; 17 x 22 cm., 20 x 25 cm. Rights: Digitally reproduced by the USC Digital Library; From the California Historical Society Collection at the University of Southern California Subject (adlf): religious facilities; tribal areas Project: USC Repository email: specol@usc.edu Contributing entity: California Historical Society Date created: circa 1900 Publisher (of the digital version): University of...
Health Insurance Plan Reform Is Still Divisive

Health Insurance Plan Reform Is Still Divisive

by Zartiex Health Insurance Plan Reform Is Still Divisive According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, the Obama administration’s healthcare reform legislation is still sparking a variety of opinions. The organization, which tends to be sympathetic to the law, recently released its final poll before the November midterm elections. It consists of 1,200 adults surveyed in early October. What were their findings? As expected, opinions continue to be divided. However, the figures have flip-flopped. This is interesting, since the bulk of the law has yet to be implemented. The few features that came into effect in late September (i.e. forbidding health insurers from denying coverage to children with pre-existing conditions) are generally popular with the American public. The ramping up of political campaigns may be to blame. Highlights of the poll: 44 percent of the respondents are opposed to the law. This is an increase from 40 percent last month. 42 percent support the legislation, down from 49 percent in September. Just 10 percent of the respondents consider health insurance reform to be the most important issue in the November 2nd elections–jobs and the economy are more pressing concerns for the majority. However, the most likely voters polled by Kaiser are leaning towards having negative views. Still, they were not found to be significantly likely to base their votes for Congress solely on that issue. Those against the law have several reasons for their opposition: The federal government recieves too much control over health care. The law costs too much and will add to the budget deficit. It is unfair to the middle class, in favor of the poor. Supporters...
Image from page 772 of “Milwaukee, Wisconsin, city directory” (1922)

Image from page 772 of “Milwaukee, Wisconsin, city directory” (1922)

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Nice Insurance Guide photos

Nice Insurance Guide photos

Some cool insurance guide images: Howard Beach informational forum | 11.27.12 Image by Public Advocate Bill de Blasio Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s staff members distribute informational guides and answer community residents’ questions on FEMA, insurance and unemployment benefits “Odessa … important enough … Image by Jay Pastore Facade, Odessa Bank, Odessa, Delaware … in the past to have several of the finest brick houses in the State, has almost no business activity except that of a cannery, a bank, and a small fire insurance company. Through travel no longer uses broad Main Street, the former King’s Highway, but cuts straight across into farmland." Called Cantwell’s Bridge until 1855, around 1825 Odessa "was a bustling market and shipping center. Large granaries along the wharves were being constantly filled and then emptied into the schooners, sloops, and finally the little steamers that went downstream on the rapid ebb tides. From 1820 to 1840 the shipments of grain amounted to 400,000 bushels annually." — from WPA guide to Delaware Image from page 107 of “Zion’s landmark [serial].” (1867) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: zionslandmarkse4319unse_0 Title: Zion’s landmark [serial]. Year: 1867 (1860s) Authors: Subjects: Primitive Baptists Publisher: Wilson, N.C. : Zion’s Landmark Print Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to Duke University for the Religion in North Carolina project. View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to...