FUlogo.gifThe Brooklyn based, 92,000-member strong Freelancer's Union has long helped out the uninsured of the borough (and beyond). The NY Times takes a look at the business, started by Sara Horowitz, following last month's letter she sent out to 19,000 members "who had obtained coverage through the union’s current plan with Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, telling them that they had to choose from the new company’s five health plans — or look elsewhere for coverage." The freelancing masses are now upset, once again, and one even started a blog. Amongst the top concerns are poor customer service, high premiums and deductibles, and plenty of restrictions. Horowitz responds to the criticism by saying, in part, the added plans offer a better system of doctors; she'll also be on hand in-person this Thursday. More details and registration info can be found here.