CT’s Reapportionment Commission failed to agree on congressional districts by noon Tuesday. A court-appointed special master will take over.
The exemptions to the moratorium add up to the state’s eviction machine churning at about one-third the pre-pandemic rate.
A Hartford judge denied a request for an injunction against the state’s requirement that children wear masks in schools.
WASHINGTON — In its court battle to block the merger of Anthem and Cigna, the U.S. Justice Department plans to use Connecticut’s market as a prime example of why increased consolidation in the health insurance field would hurt consumers. “It was clear to us… that if Connecticut had not decided to participate in the lawsuit, (the state) would have been a focal point of the case anyhow,” said Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen, who has joined the DOJ lawsuit.