Members Related Quotes



“We're now assigning numbers in the 75,000s. We have about 12,000 active members, and get between 1200 and 1500 new applications each year.”

Ann Lainhart


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“Eventually we're going to take something to the floor that is a test of the members more than we intended to test the members, because that's just going to happen. I'm convinced that we're going to be fine when we take this to the floor on Thursday. But hard things to do are hard.”

Roy Blunt


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“Our members are very anxious to provide affordable coverage.”

Karen Ignagni


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“Members are very much scrambling to see what's going to happen,”

David Phelps


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“Our members believe there is something seriously wrong. There's too much emphasis on a single test.”

Charles Hasse


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“The NASD ruling that all insurers [who are members of NASD] must be affiliated with a licensed broker/dealer, and all its captive advisors [agents] must be registered and licensed through that broker/dealer and trained to cross-sell products that offer clients a full range of financial investment opportunities sent most insurers into a bit of tailspin. It couldn't be just life insurance anymore. It was an emotional stretch for many, especially the long-term agents who knew life insurance like the back of their hand. Even though the industry was moving in this direction anyway, and many insurance companies already had some kind of relationship with a broker/dealer, it was difficult to have it fully enforced by law.”

Koleen Roach


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“We've identified 800 believed to be gang members...out of that, 80 are active...some of those involved are military and civilians.”

Cesar Cortez


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“Perhaps some of our immigrant community members feel like there would be some problem for them because of their status or some questions with regard to their status if they come forward,”

Charles Moose


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“See it every year. We get three times as many new members in January as we do any other month of the year. By March, we're working to try and keep them coming.”

Darren Williams


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“Retirement security is very important for our members, along with health care, so in bargaining, we work hard to safeguard these benefits.”

Candice Johnson


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