As we continue our journey into the 21st Century, The Connecticut Mirror has expanded its digital offerings for Apple and Google-enabled mobile and tablet devices. We launch our iBookstore with three titles with more to come in the future. The best part about them? Each title is free.
State Steps Warily in Response to Climate Change, Severe Weather
Irene-Sandy was our one-two punch. Shortly after Irene, we published a story about the growing debate among Connecticut officials, scientists and residents that was not about how to rebuild our damaged shoreline — but whether it even made sense to do so. In its first e-book publication, The Mirror presents a selection of its stories, photos, maps and other data.
A Guide to the Affordable Care Act in Connecticut
If you’re like most people, you know the federal health care reform law commonly known as Obamacare will bring many changes in the coming months, but you might not be totally clear on the details. (Connecticut’s new marketplace is working much better than the federal program.) Here’s a guide to what’s changing in 2014 and what it means for people in Connecticut.
Why Mice in Maine Matter To Connecticut
Next fall, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine is slated to open on the campus of the UConn Health Center in Farmington. Already, scientists are at work on research with the overarching goal of improving medical care by tailoring treatments to individual patients. Connecticut leaders have a stake in Jackson’s future, too, counting on the lab to help anchor what they hope will become a burgeoning bioscience industry in a state where job growth has languished for decades.
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