Senator negotiating health-related provisions hopes for a complete health care system for older Americans and significantly reduced costs for everyone.
Gov. Ned Lamont ends cases of what some call “humanitarian incarceration.”
Connecticut’s target is to have more than 125,000 electric vehicles on its roads by 2025.
Dudley Williams, former Stamford Citizen of the Year and co-chair of the CT Mirror’s board, died Friday at age 65.
Connecticut ranks fifth in the percentage of the population with vaccinations. Still, racial disparities in the rollout remain.
Many in the disability community are left to navigate the process on their own.
Two sorting machines in Wallingford facility have been dismantled. Each handles 35,000 pieces of mail.
Across the country, health care providers, insurers, employers and politicians say they are trying to make it easier to be healthy. It’s even one of the cornerstones of the controversial Affordable Care Act, in which preventative care comes at no extra cost to the patient. Now, Hartford City Hall is joining in — with a […]
For the health policy world, the Supreme Court’s tough questioning of the individual mandate last week was a seismic event. But in Hartford, the city sometimes called the epicenter of the insurance industry, David Cordani isn’t quaking. Cordani is the CEO of Cigna, the nation’s fourth-largest health insurer. He says the insurance industry started changing […]
Advocates of the state’s Citizens’ Election Fund say that the program succeeded in 2008 – keeping special interest money out of political campaigns by pumping public money in. How much money? Typical Senate candidates in contested races could have gotten as much as $85,000 for the general election. House candidates in the same situation could […]