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.
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.
Recent media reports take note of Consumers Council of Missouri's work on behalf of consumers buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. CCM is spearheading the effort to review proposed rates before they go into effect.
ST. LOUIS, Mo (July 10, 2015): Consumers Council of Missouri 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.
Consumers Council of Missouri: The rate increase Ameren Missouri won in its most recent rate case showed up on your electric bill last month. Read more to learn the details.
Customers of Ameren Missouri have a chance in January to tell regulators how a nearly 10 percent increase in electric rates would affect their budgets.
Appearing before a Missouri House committee hearing testimony on expanding Medicaid, CCM said the state of Missouri should operate healthcare as a large business would by self-insuring and should provide each healthcare consumer with a medical home for consistency and continuity.
St. Louis Equal Housing and Community Reinvestment Alliance, August 2, 2013
Eagle Bank and Trust Company of Missouri has received a “Needs to Improve” rating on its Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) exam dated May 21, 2012. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) released the CRA evaluations for banks that were recently evaluated on how services are meeting the credit needs of the community.
Although a tentative agreement on Laclede Gas Co.'s rate case has been reached witht he company, the Public Service Commission staff and the Office of Public Counsel, hearings are still scheduled to be held in the St. Louis Region.
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An analysis by the staff of the Public Service Commission finds that under legislation pending in the Missouri General Assembly consumers would have to pay higher rates faster for electric utility infrastructure investments and would lose protections afforded under current law.