Connecticut to Join Suit to Stop Trump Health Care OrderDemocratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says the move will make it harder for insurers to do business in Connecticut.
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.
Rallies For Health CareOpponents of Republican efforts to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, including Connecticut's U.S. Senators, are set to rally at the state Capitol.
State Democrats Knocking GOP Health PlanTop Connecticut Democrats are sharply criticizing the Senate Republican's proposal to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, saying it will increase the cost of health care while reducing access.
Senate GOP Rolls Out HC Alternative
Wyman Organizing Group To Examine Federal Health Care BillLt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says she's organizing a bipartisan working group to examine how the Republican health care bill that cleared the U.S. House of Representatives could affect Connecticut.
State Analysis Shows Thousands Could Lose Coverage Under GOP Health Care PlanGovernor's budget office says republican health care plan could cost th4e state a billion dollars a year if fully implemented
Larson Decries GOP Health Care BillConnecticut's first district congressman says he has grave concerns about the process of repealing so-called "Obamacare".
Holiday Hours For Health Exchange SignupsConnecticut's health insurance exchange says it will continue providing enrollment help to consumers over the holidays.
Jepsen Tapped As Attorneys General PresidentConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has been elected president of the National Association of Attorneys General.
Connecticut's 'Safe Havens Act' Still Fighting Awareness BattleHealth care professionals, first-responders and public officials gathered at MidState Medical Center in Meriden Monday, hoping to promote awareness of a 15-year-old law that was passed to help infant children by designating a day for it.

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