Young people expressed dismay Friday at the erasure of the constitutional right to abortion, and fear for the future of this country.
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.
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.
As hospital systems grow in CT, 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.
5 things to know about abortion in Connecticut
The number of abortions in Connecticut has been on the decline. But who gets them, and at what point in pregnancy? Here are 5 things to know.
Budget bill closes loophole that let hospitals end services without state OK
Long-term hospital suspensions aren’t currently regulated under state law. The state budget bill could change that.
Emails show more involvement of Kosta Diamantis in daughter’s job search
Kosta Diamantis showed a special interest in his daughter’s quest for state employment on a number of occasions in early 2020, emails show.
Bill would allow more residents with disabilities to keep Medicaid coverage
The bill approved by the Human Services Committee would increase Medicaid income and asset limits for residents with disabilities.
Lawmakers not giving up on bill to expand Medicaid to undocumented kids
The bill to expand HUSKY to undocumented children up to 18 failed in committee, but some think it could be included in the budget implementer
Bill advances that could curb cuts to ICUs, labor and delivery services
Proposed legislation offers a path to closing loopholes that allow CT hospitals to cut services without obtaining state approval.
As pedestrian deaths rise in CT, state looks for ways to curb the drivers
With at least 16 pedestrian deaths on Connecticut roads as of March 14, 2022 could become one of the more deadly years for pedestrians in CT.
Immigration activists rally in support of child health care expansion
A bill seeks to expand medical insurance coverage to all children under the age of 19, regardless of immigration status.
Federal prosecutors charge two more in West Haven conspiracy probe
Former state Rep. Michael DiMassa’s wife was one of two people arrested Friday as part of a widening investigation into corruption.
Proposed class-action lawsuit filed against Hartford HealthCare
A group of residents filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that the network’s anti-competitive practices result in higher costs for patients.
Yale New Haven Health to acquire three hospitals in central CT
The state’s largest health system by revenue said Thursday it had signed an agreement with PE-backed Prospect Medical Holdings to acquire its three CT hospitals.
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.