I can remember it like it was yesterday, but it was fully 50 years ago. There I was, a tubby 8-year-old, strong for my age and tall, but chunky, all decked out in my Little League baseball uniform looking for all the world like a young Babe Ruth. “Hamer’s Hammers” was emblazoned across my jersey in big blue letters; “13” broadly across my back.
Who pays in a single-payer health insurance plan? This week, Straight Talk is kicking off a multi-part series on single-payer.
When I was a little boy growing up in Morgan City in the 1960s, I had a baseball coach who seemed like he was 100 years old! “Coach Charlie” had been coaching Little League in our town for 30 years, and I was lucky enough to be on one of his teams right before he hung it up.
One out of every three people in Louisiana has a Blue Cross card in their pocket. What does that mean to us here at Blue Cross? Today, we’re taking you behind the scenes at our Fall 2018 Sales Caravan for brokers who work with employers and individuals who do business with Blue Cross.
Now that I’m in my 57th year, I have a ton of slightly older peers who are making the move out of the workforce to semi- or fully retired status.