Many areas are still dealing with flooding, even as snow and sleet start to replace the rain. Some of the local major rivers are above flood stage and still rising. The good news is, many of the others have crested and will start to fall. The snow and sleet will continue through much of the day, before wrapping up tonight. Most areas will see several inches of accumulation. Keep it locked to WYMT for updates.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky Department of Insurance is advising members of a Christians-only health insurance plan that has been ordered to cease operations in the state to get different policies immediately.
That move follows Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate's ruling earlier this month that Medi-Share, a Florida-based cost-sharing ministry, must cease operations in Kentucky because it doesn't meet the state's insurance code.
Medi-Share closely resembles secular insurance, but only allows participation by people who pledge to live Christian lives that include no smoking, drinking, using drugs or engaging in sex outside of marriage. The judge found that Medi-Share doesn't measure up to Kentucky's
Department of Insurance spokeswoman Ronda Sloan said her agency is working to help Medi-Share members find new medical coverage.
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10/12/2012 10:21:29 AM (GMT -4:00)