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The workers said chronic staffing shortages and forced overtime have created a dangerous situation for both employees and patients.
Gov. Ned Lamont signed the new $$43.4 billion, two-year state budget into law Wednesday, hailing it as a plan that averts a big deficit without raising income tax rates.
The governor said he’d consider shifting more borrowing capacity away from non-transportation initiatives to support Connecticut’s highways, bridges and rail lines.
A federal judge ruled Sen. Richard Blumenthal and other Democrats could seek Trump's financial records this week.
Democrats say the cap on the deductibility of SALT taxes hurts middle-class Americans. The GOP says it only affects the rich.
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With the legislature’s failure to pass House Bill 6749: An Act to Reorganize the Zoning Enabling Act and to Promote Municipal Compliance, Connecticut missed a great opportunity to spur economic development and address glaring issues of housing affordability, diversity and accessibility.
I am a father of three young boys and I am writing to thank the parents who are suing the Department of Public Health over its recent release of school-specific vaccine exemption data.
Our organization exists to improve the lives of older adults. There are many ways we can work towards this goal, but one of the most important aspects of senior health is vaccination. Through a simple shot, we can protect someone’s beloved wife, mother, grandma or friend from a deadly, life-threatening disease. It’s critical to the mission of our organization that we fight to make sure seniors have access to the most important vaccinations. However, the Centers for Disease Control has proposed potential changes to pneumococcal vaccination recommendations that threaten the well-being of American seniors.
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