Connecticut’s second-highest court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit against Gov. Malloy over executive orders he issued in 2011 allowing low-paid day care and home health care workers to join labor unions.
Connecticut officials have agreed to stop housing many mentally ill people in nursing homes in a proposed settlement of an eight-year-old lawsuit involving more than 200 psychiatric patients.
Five Connecticut nursing homes have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization after the U.S. Supreme Court denied their parent company’s request to delay a court order to reinstate 600 striking workers.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A federal judge in Connecticut is supporting an injunction filed by the National Labor Relations Board that would temporarily halt cuts at five nursing homes. About 600 workers at the nursing […]
Connecticut’s sickest state prison inmates will be released and moved to a special nursing home early next year in an effort that state officials say will save millions of dollars in health care costs.