Sunday, January 17, 2010
Medical Insurance and Private Contractors Working in War Zones
An investigative reporter has been interviewed by National Public Radio (NPR) on medical insurance plans that protect Americans working as contractors overseas for the defense department. He states that the government and the private contractor is getting ripped off by the insurance companies - and that it is time for some changes to save money and protect American citizens who volunteer to work overseas in dangerous war zones in support of the American troops who are fighting for us. Read more in "Screwing Over Private Contractors", The Huffington Post, January 12, 2010.