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Federal News Radio gets analysis about HR 3962 from the chairman and ranking member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee; in addition, the National Active and Retired Employees Association weighs in on its concerns.
September 30, 2009 - Daniel Adcock, legislative director of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees, keeps us up to speed on health care legislation and Steve Bauer, director of the Federal Employees Education and Assistance Fund fills us in on feds helping feds in need.
OPM memo outlines which companies are leaving and what they must do before 2010. Insurance companies have to notify participants of their intent, but feds are responsible for finding new plans.
Director John Berry tells Federal News Radio he is waiting to hear what exactly happened from authorities, but will not tolerate violence against federal employees under any circumstances.
You could lose your federal health benefits under a proposed amendment to a healthcare reform bill.
Will health care reform affect FEHBP? On this week's Your Turn, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks that and other questions of Margaret Hostetler, Assistant Legislative Director of NARFE.
September 23, 2009 - NARFE's Margaret Hostetler has a legislative update on health care reform and whether or not they'll ever be a cure for the FERS flu.
A man supposedly eaten by dogs, a doomed French queen, and an heiress who owned the Washington Post all once possessed the infamous gem. Now you can play a part in the next chapter of its history.