As we start to recover from our holiday barbecues, we thought that this story would be an interesting close to the Memorial Day weekend:
Five-year-old Rachel Margaret Kenyon’s father was serving with the Connecticut National Guard in Afghanistan when she was diagnosed with autism.
Sgt. Maj. William Kenyon of Manchester is an active-duty veteran of . . . → Read More: Military Dad Battles for Autism Coverage
If you’re a new graduate who is having trouble finding a job with benefits, you may be thinking that you can always fall back on your parent’s health insurance. Well, that’s partly true. The Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) lets you stay on a parent’s health insurance until you’re 26 years old unless you have access . . . → Read More: Reminder: New Graduates Only Have 30 Days to Get On Parent’s Health Insurance