An antitrust lawsuit against Hartford HealthCare comes as Connecticut explores what waning competition is doing to costs and care.
The lawsuit pits the giants in a legal battle that could reshape the delivery of health care in the region.
The case moves now to a jury to decide what damages Jones owes the families.
The plaintiffs asked a judge to find the law unconstitutional and to grant a permanent injunction.
Attorneys for prisoners want the lawsuit to go on while negotiations continue. A federal judge heard arguments Thursday.
Housing legislation was the subject of a public hearing on Thursday.
Claim: Solitary confinement and in-cell shackling amounts to discrimination against prisoners with mental illnesses
The policies that keep poor residents in impoverished areas are the subject of a lawsuit filed by 10 local families.
A Hartford judge denied a request for an injunction against the state’s requirement that children wear masks in schools.
A federal lawsuit claims a new rule will make it harder to challenge unfair housing practices in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Saying they disenfranchise voters, Tong sues to stop postal service changes, CT lawmakers back legislation that would do the same.
The judge cited prior rulings upholding a state’s right to protect the public health and safety in emergencies.
A state judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to remove inmates from correctional facilities to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The lawsuit says transferring funds to build a border wall is contrary to Congress’s intent and violates the Constitution.
“Purdue is not entitled to enter bankruptcy as a means to evade responsibility for the suffering and death they have inflicted on our country,” said Connecticut Attorney General William Tong.