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As thousands of angry parents protested Monday, lawmakers advanced a bill eliminating the religious exemption to vaccines.
Purdue Pharma, in bankruptcy and embroiled in thousands of lawsuits for its role in the opioid crisis, paid Connecticut doctors and nurse practitioners $394,662 in 2018, a slight drop of 9% from $433,246 the prior year, federal data show.
Fewer residents signed up for coverage through Access Health CT, the state’s insurance exchange, during the enrollment period that ended in January than during previous year, officials said Thursday.
Lawmakers pledged to include feedback from Wednesday's public hearing in later versions of the bill.
Missing from the governor's plan is a broader prohibition on flavored tobacco goods, including menthol cigarettes and fruit flavored cigars.
Connecticut is at risk of missing out on billions of dollars of federal revenue it should rightfully receive. The reason: many state residents will needlessly be undercounted in the upcoming Census.
In addition to playing politics, American Presidents play golf, hole after hole after hole. It is one of the few bipartisan activities left standing. Dwight D. Eisenhower hit them straight down the middle often, as did his successor, John F. Kennedy, who is purported to have been the best golfer to inhabit the White House. The nation’s biggest golfer, however, was William Howard Taft, who weighed in at more than 300 pounds.
Because of the previous course of human events in Connecticut, it has become necessary for we Connecticut citizens to dissolve the existing
completely artificial municipal borders which have separated us from one another and to assume among the powers of the earth that having 169 separate and disparate cities and towns was a really bad idea.
When transparency advocates complained about the Freedom of Information exemption for the Partnership for Connecticut, we were told to wait for smoke before yelling “fire.” Well, now we have smoke billowing from the kitchen.
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