St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 29, 2015: The U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday it has reached a settlement with Eagle Bank & Trust Company of Missouri resolving allegations of lending discrimination in St. Louis.
If you really want to get in the weeds and comment on a SPECIFIC PLAN with a proposed increase of 10% or more, do the following:
• Select "Search ACA-Compliant Products.”
• Select Missouri and click on “Submit Search.”
• The search will return a list of insurance plans in the state with proposed rate increases of 10% or greater. Click on a plan to see the details about the rate hike.
KWMU, July 31, 2015: Large rate increases for health insurance may be in the works for some Missourians this year, but we won’t know the final prices for a few months.
Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety, July 30, 2015: The U.S. Senate voted to enact the Raechel and Jacqueline Houck Safe Rental Car Act, as part of the DRIVE Act, which will provide long-term funding for transportation projects across the nation.
Saint Louis, MO, July 30, 2015: Consumers Council of Missouri is calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate projected rate increases from Coventry Health Insurance and four other Missouri insurers, each of whom has proposed raising rates by more than 10 percent in 2016.
The Detroit News, July 23, 2015: General Motors Co. now faces an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, adding to a list of several authorities and agencies looking into the automaker’s conduct after its delayed ignition switch recall last year.
Bloomberg Business, July 16, 2015: A Senate panel killed a proposal to permit companies to continue renting vehicles that have been recalled, a measure criticized by consumer groups, automakers and even some rental-car companies. The committee instead voted to require cars be repaired before they’re rented.
Consumers Council of Missouri, July 2015: Missouri is the only state in the country in which the Department of Insurance has no authority over health insurance rates.
Joplin Independent, July 13, 2015
ST. LOUIS, Mo – The Consumers Council of Missouri announced yesterday that it is calling upon Sen. Roy Blunt, R-MO, to co-sponsor legislation to bar rental car companies from renting or selling unsafe, recalled vehicles to the public until the safety defects have been repaired. A key vote over rental car safety is expected July 15, 2015, in the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 13, 2015: Erica Hollins borrowed $100 in 2006 at the Loan Express store on Olive Street downtown. By 2011, she had paid back $3,592, garnished from her wages at a nursing and retirement home.