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Some are backing more incremental changes that would expand Medicare and Medicaid to more Americans.
Sealed court documents show that a member of the Sackler family, which controls Stamford-based Purdue Pharma, agreed that the company should allow doctors to believe OxyContin was weaker than morphine.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Richard Blumenthal said tough action may be necessary to combat a 'coverup.'
Gov. Ned Lamont offered no hard-sell Thursday for his “option” of tolls, demurring when asked if he was pressing legislators for their support. He said he wants them at the table.
Gov. Lamont is using his first budget to start a conversation, rather than drive specific solutions, about a host of key issues ranging from tolls and sports betting to recreational marijuana and labor cost-savings.