A man and a woman have been charged in her death.
Until health care reform was passed, women were charged up to 48% more in the individual market than men.
Three women have also been charged in connection with their deaths.
There do not appear to have been any further women charged in Canada since these cases were determined.
A woman is being charged with murder in a crime she didn't commit.
The women have not been charged in the deaths, but the police said they were the main suspects.
Two men and a woman have also been charged.
In any event, a quarrel soon developed over whether the woman should be charged.
The police were led to it by the sister of the woman charged as an accomplice.
One constant, though, is that women will be charged more for disability insurance than men.