Some Connecticut residents who buy their own health insurance fall into a sort of subsidy “cliff,” earning too much money to qualify for financial assistance as part of the federal health law but not so much that their income compensates for the higher costs of insurance.
Storrs — A plan that would have limited the number of credits University of Connecticut students can take at community colleges and other colleges has been put off indefinitely.
He’s not an official candidate yet, but Republican Tom Foley on Monday rolled out the first television commercial of the 2014 race for governor. With a big wink to the voters and media back in Connecticut, it airs exclusively – and ever-so-briefly — on cable in New York City. To make a point about Connecticut’s […]
The recently published article “CT exchange chief: Obamacare focus will turn to price, value,” highlighted Kevin Counihan – CEO of Connecticut’s state-run marketplace Access Health CT – and his prediction that consumer focus will soon shift to price as those who purchase their own health insurance start to examine their options ahead of 2014 and […]