News bites: Insurers strive to rebrand themselves, and more

Insurers are trying to curry favor with the public with rebranding efforts, The New York Times reports.

The Obama administration is girding for the Supreme Court's ruling on healthcare reform, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Not all families will receive the insurance rebates touted by federal health officials, The Associated Press reports.

Mississippi could become the first U.S. state without an abortion clinic, though abortion will still be legal there, Bloomberg reports.

A proposal to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana has died in New York state, The New York Times reports.

Consumers are suing the maker of Nutella for packaging the chocolate spread to appear healthy when it is not, Bloomberg reports.