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.
Thousands Still Haven't Finalized Insurance Coverage
Health Officials At UConn Game To Push Insurance Enrollment
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.
Connecticut Insurances Rates To Climb Despite State CutsTens of thousands of Connecticut health insurance consumers will still see double-digit increases in their 2017 rates, even though the state's Department of Insurance has denied some rate requests filed by health insurers while reducing others.
Deadline Approaching To Sign Up For Health Insurance
Government Suits Target Mergers Involving Bloomfield-based Cigna, Hartford-based AetnaThe department of Justice today filed a federal anti-trust lawsuit in an effort to block a major health insurance merger involving Bloomfield-based Cigna.
State Orders Health Insurance Co-op To Jettison All Customers; HealthyCT May Shut DownA financial iceberg has hit a non-profit health insurance provider set up under ObamaCare.
How The Affordable Healthcare Act Affects Tax FilingLearn how the Affordable Healthcare Act, and whether or not you have insurance, will impact the way you do taxes this year.
Survey: Primary Care Doctor Shortage Result Of ACAA shortage of primary care doctors has emerged as thousands of people gained insurance through the Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey.
'Stupidity' Remark Leads To Free Health Site WorkAn economist who said "the stupidity of the American voter" helped pass the complex federal health care law has agreed to finish his work on Vermont's health insurance systems for free, a top state official said Wednesday.
More Insurers To Offer Health Law Plans Next YearThe Obama administration says consumers in most states will have more insurance options next year under the president's health care law. The Health and Human Services department on Tuesday reported a net increase of 63 insurers joining the market in 44 states.