Study: CT Would Be Among Biggest Losers In Obamacare RepealThe biggest losers, percentage-wise, would be: New York, Oregon, Connecticut, Vermont and Minnesota. California would be the biggest loser in dollars.
CT Delegates Call For Extension Of Obamacare Cost Sharing ReductionsConnecticut's entire congressional delegation has signed a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, urging the Trump administration to continue cost sharing reductions under the Affordable Care Act through next year.
Access Health CT Warns Remaining Insurers May LeaveThe CEO of Connecticut's health insurance exchange is warning that the two remaining insurers offering individual plans could leave Access Health CT this fall.
Opponents Of Health Care Law Repeal Rally At State CapitolRally-goers celebrated the U.S. Senate's failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
State Senate Unanimously Approves Health Insurance Coverage ListSenate President Martin Looney says in contrast to a federal effort to repeal the Afforable Care Act, this bill seeks to address the needs of women and children.
Murphy Slams Republican Healthcare BillIn Connecticut for a series of public appearances today, Democratic Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy called the Republican bill a 'humanitarian catastrophe' that would leave tens of millions of people without health insurance.
Big Drop In Connecticut Obamacare Exchange Enrollment After Trump InaugurationAccess Health CT leaders say they experienced a big drop in the number of enrollments on Connecticut's Obamacare health insurance exchange, after the presidential inauguration.
State Capitol Rally To Save ACAMembers of Connecticut's congressional delegation are holding a rally to save the Affordable Care Act.
Murphy Slams GOP Plans To Quickly Repeal ObamacareConnecticut Senator Chris Murphy today slammed Republican plans to quickly vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Connecticut Officials Urge Health Insurance Sign-UpsConnecticut's governor and lieutenant governor are urging residents to still sign up for health insurance through the state's exchange, despite the election of Republican Donald Trump as the nation's next president.
Regents To Vote On Student InsuranceThe Board of Regents for Higher Education is set to vote on a proposal next week that could see the elimination of the mandatory health insurance plan offered to state university students.
Supreme Court Passes On Birth Control RulingThe Supreme Court rid itself Monday of a knotty dispute between faith-based groups and the Obama administration over birth control. The court asked lower courts to take another look at the issue in a search for a compromise.