CT Attorney General William Tong filed an amicus brief in the proposed class-action lawsuit against Hartford HealthCare.
Katy Golvala is a member of our three-person investigative team. Originally from New Jersey, Katy earned a bachelor’s degree in English and Mathematics from Williams College and received a master’s degree in Business and Economic Journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in August 2021. Her work experience includes roles as a Business Analyst at A.T. Kearney, a Reporter and Researcher at Investment Wires, and a Reporter at Inframation, covering infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This CT town might buy first selectwoman’s family’s land for new school
Questions of ethics and conflicts are swirling around a proposal to buy land owned by the mother-in-law of Willington’s first selectwoman.
CT Politics: Connecticut weighs Medicaid reimbursement for community health workers
CT’s Human Services committee heard public testimony on a bill that would provide Medicaid reimbursement for community health workers.
CT Politics: Lawmakers weigh limiting ‘anti-competitive practices’ in hospitals
A bill would prohibit using certain contract terms between hospitals and insurers that supporters say drive up the cost of care for patients.
Medicaid is ‘unwinding’ in CT. Here’s what you need to know
A policy that guaranteed Medicaid coverage during the pandemic is ending, and thousands of CT residents could be affected.
CT Politics: Where does CT’s ‘Baby Bonds’ program stand in the governor’s budget?
Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget only includes $50 million for Baby Bonds and a spokesman said the governor “does not support the program.”
Political clashes leave CT Baby Bonds program in limbo
Connecticut was nationally lauded for its passage of a law that would implement a baby bonds program. Here’s how the program never got funded.
BEST OF 2022: Housekeepers know they’re essential. They want to get treated like it.
Many housekeepers at Connecticut hospitals say COVID-19 pandemic benefits have only come after prolonged demands for recognition, if at all.
MEJORES DE 2022: El personal de limpieza sabe que son esenciales. Quieren ser tratados como tal.
Cuando el COVID-19 paralizó a la nación, Katherine Stearns estuvo en primera línea en la sala de emergencias del Hospital de Windham.
BEST OF 2022: Overdue fire inspections: Waterbury fatal blazes highlight statewide problem
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
BEST OF 2022: A quarter of Connecticut doctors work for big hospitals. Is that good for patients?
As the health care industry becomes more concentrated, private practices struggle to compete with big systems. Instead, they’re joining them.
BEST OF 2022: As COVID hangs on, the ‘new normal’ is leaving many behind
Some who are immunocompromised or who care for an at-risk loved one are at higher risk now as COVID restrictions begin to fall away.
BEST OF 2022: As hospital systems grow in Connecticut, rural patients lose services
In CT, rural hospitals have shut down intensive care and labor-and-delivery services as their health systems have consolidated operations.
BEST OF 2022: Connecticut’s roads are deadlier than ever. Figuring out why is complicated.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of people dying in traffic crashes in Connecticut has surged and shows no signs of slowing.
Sean Scanlon wins CT comptroller election
Scanlon, the Democratic nominee for state comptroller, defeated West Hartford Republican nominee Mary Fay with 55% of the vote.