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About half of CareSource Medicaid members with drug problems joined CareSource under expansion, Kopecky said. Rising premiums Medicaid expansion now covers more than 700,000 people in Ohio, and nearly a quarter-million Ohioans have gained coverage through the ACAs Health Insurance Marketplace the federally operated health insurance exchange for private health plans sold in Ohio under the ACA. The growing number of opioid-related claims among the newly insured population touches everyone with insurance, not just those seeking treatment for opioid addiction, said FAIR Healths Gelburd, who compared

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Johnston said insurers should be most concerned about the potential for larger losses like home or building fires related to marijuana use or production. Court Cases There are only a handful of court cases thus far to provide guidance on marijuana-related claims. Johnston provided summaries of somekey cases. In a 2013 case (Tracy v. USAA), the claimant in Hawaii wanted USAA Insurance to pay $45,000 for the loss of 12 legal medical marijuana plants stolen from her home. The policyholder cited the trees, shrubs and other plants clause. But USAA got the federal district court to agree that the

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As of March 15, the association had paid about $33.5 million to providers for 80,000 claims, said Michael Batkins, a spokesman for the Illinois Department of Insurance. More claims from providers are expected. Land of Lincoln, which was on the Affordable Care Act exchange, left nearly 50,000 Illinois consumers scrambling for health insurance in 2016 after it ceased offering coverage at the end of September because of financial woes. Many Land of Lincoln members who switched to new plans for the year's last three months had to start paying down new deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums, despite,

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7, 2016, in St. Augustine, Fla. (AP Photo/John Bazemore) Of the $172.1 million paid to the state in insurance claims settled by the National Flood Insurance Program since Hurricane Matthew, just over $81.1 million has come to St. Johns County. Thats around 47 percent of the total figure a percentage in keeping with other sources of aid flowing to the county in the wake of the storm that brought severe beach erosion to the region along with heavy flooding in a number of county neighborhoods. See Also The Federal Emergency Management Agency along with the State Emergency Response Team released

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