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“Governor Malloy’s transportation vision is a big one that looks to Connecticut’s future and all the ways residents get around,” said Don Strait, president of Connecticut Fund for the Environment. “The plan goes beyond patching […]
Connecticut Democratic Party Chairman Nick Balletto released the following statement this afternoon on Governor Malloy’s Budget Proposal: “Today, Governor Malloy outlined a fiscally-responsible budget that will reduce the cost of living for middle class families […]
Reaction of AARP State Advocacy Director Claudio Gualtieri “Increasing the cost-share on frail seniors who receive services under the Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders was a bad idea every time it was proposed by […]
The Judicial Branch opposes the budget proposal to dismantle the organizational and management infrastructure of its Court Support Services Division and place its various functions in multiple Executive Branch agencies. Our concern is that we […]
Reaction of Gregory Gray, President, Connecticut State Colleges and Universities Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget proposal for the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) is a tough one, and the Board of Regents for Higher Education […]
In response, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch issued the following statement: “We thank Governor Malloy for continuing to help us make smart investments in Bridgeport’s future. In his budget, he maintains funding for the Park City […]
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is proposing legislation that would encourage states to warn parents of the health risks from not immunizing their children.
People caring for a patient just released from the hospital would receive information and training under a bill being considered by lawmakers in Connecticut, the latest in a string of states considering such legislation to help reduce the number of costly readmissions.
Refunds for thousands of people will be delayed at least until the end of the day Monday.