Monthly Archives: March 2015

In local development news:

School systems around the state are embracing Jump Start, a new program designed to train high school students in the technical and skilled trades and get them into the workforce more quickly.

In national news:

White House officials confirmed yesterday that the head of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, Chairman Rafael Moure-Eraso, has resigned at President Obama’s request.

In national news:

Insurance Journal’s Journal of Insurance Issues has published a white paper on the legalization of marijuana and its effects on the Property/Casualty sector at large.

In corporate news:

Humana’s sale of occupational health and physical therapy unit Concentra is considered a passive move for the company to exit workers’ comp.