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February 16, 1990 | Jane Applegate
When Brad Roller, president and founder of Swiger Coil Systems, a Cleveland electric motor parts maker, spoke up about the high cost of health insurance for his employees, he quickly found himself in charge of a plan to help small businesses get affordable coverage. That was nine years ago. Today, as insurance chairman for the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce's Council of Smaller Enterprises, Roller is still fighting that fight.
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February 16, 1990 | Jane Applegate
When Brad Roller, president and founder of Swiger Coil Systems, a Cleveland electric motor parts maker, spoke up about the high cost of health insurance for his employees, he quickly found himself in charge of a plan to help small businesses get affordable coverage. That was nine years ago. Today, as insurance chairman for the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce's Council of Smaller Enterprises, Roller is still fighting that fight.
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November 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Regulators Seek to Lift Brokers' Licenses: Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi moved to revoke the licenses of insurance brokers Leo Patrick Goebel and Michael Butler, saying the two ran a phony health insurance program in Simi Valley that was the subject of about 500 consumer complaints over unpaid claims. The program was operated under several names, including Physicians Benefit Plan, Physicians Choice Plan, Golden State Preferred Trust and Unified Benefit Plan.
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