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Dr. Edward R. Speyer has three decades of professional experience Send
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Beyond the budget: Health exchange another major task for Malloy
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March 10, 2011

The state budget gets most of the public attention, but the Malloy administration has another major project to tackle

 
Health experts struggle with the question, 'What's an essential benefit?'
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March 9, 2011

WASHINGTON--When it comes to health insurance, deciding what is an essential benefit--and what isn't--is a political and medical minefield, with far-reaching consequences.

 
Malloy's pick for DSS emphasizes a personal credential
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March 8, 2011

Roderick L. Bremby, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's pick to run the state Department of Social Services, has worked for more than 20 years in government, implemented new technology systems and served on the

 
Physicians, patient advocates differ over quality measurements
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March 7, 2011

Physician Compare might not seem like the kind of tool that would spark a divisive policy debate. It's a website, recently launched by Medicare officials, that allows patients to find a cardiologist, a

 
As costs rise, employers seek more active role in health care system
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March 4, 2011

Aetna is in the health insurance business, but as an employer, it's not immune to the rising costs of health care.

So the company uses wellness programs to encourage its workers to improve their

 
Legislators told DSS overwhelmed by food stamp caseload
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March 1, 2011

Suzette Strickland's job helping people apply for food stamps sometimes includes explaining to clients why the state caseworkers handling their applications don't return phone calls, even after 20

 
State showcases local expertise at stem cell symposium
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March 23, 2011

FARMINGTON--For the state's first stem cell symposium, held in 2007 and called StemCONN, the organizers relied on imported talent. Experts came from universities in other states to discuss the

 
With strong poll support, medical marijuana gets another hearing
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March 11, 2011

The Judiciary Committee will hear testimony Monday on the near-perennial proposal to allow people with debilitating conditions to use marijuana legally.

Could this be the year it becomes law?

"The

 
Delegation remains cautiously bullish on nuclear power
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March 16, 2011

WASHINGTON--Despite the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan, Connecticut's congressional delegation expressed continued support for nuclear power, even as they called for more scrutiny of the industry.

 
Proposed tax on nuclear plants would end electric bill surcharge
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March 15, 2011

The General Assembly's committee on energy unveiled a bill Tuesday that would replace a controversial surcharge on electric customers and a raid on energy conservation funds with a huge new tax on

 
Malloy tells hospital executives, 'It could be worse'
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March 14, 2011

WALLINGFORD--Hospital executives have been bemoaning the millions of dollars in cuts they face under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget, and on Monday, they got a chance to tell him in

 
Lieberman: Make teacher evaluations a requirement for federal funds
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March 14, 2011

WASHINGTON--Sen. Joseph Lieberman is drafting a school reform bill that would tie a portion of federal education dollars to a requirement that states implement robust teacher evaluations, with student

 
State aid for road repairs can't keep up with the potholes
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March 14, 2011

As one of the worst winters in recent history finally retreats, state government will give municipalities $30 million to fix potholes and otherwise repair local roads and bridges-- the same funding it

 
Some in state delegation wary on US role in Libya
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March 21, 2011

WASHINGTON--Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation voiced deeply divergent views about the U.S. military role in Libya, as a fierce campaign against Col. Muammar el-Quaddafi's forces

 
Pomp, circumstance and a new era at the DEP
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March 18, 2011

The swearing-in of Daniel C. Esty as the new commissioner of environmental protection blossomed Friday into a celebration for Esty and a milestone for an agency that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy wants to quickly

 
In Congress, stark differences on urgency of Social Security reform
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March 21, 2011

WASHINGTON--Social Security reform is suddenly all the rage on Capitol Hill. But lawmakers couldn't be discussing the politically-volatile issue in more starkly different terms.

 
Nursing homes get two prospective buyers, but closure hearing still going forward
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March 18, 2011

Two prospective buyers expressed interested in one or more of the four nursing homes in state receivership Friday, but a Superior Court judge declined to reschedule an upcoming hearing on a motion to

 
At State Capitol, a push to expand union rights gains ground
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March 17, 2011

In a difficult year for organized labor, unions in Connecticut have managed to advance legislation that would expand collective bargaining rights to state managers, legislative employees and

 
Malloy on St. Patrick's Day: Lookin' for the green
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March 17, 2011

WASHINGTON--Gov. Dannel Malloy still has his sights on winning an extra $100 million in federal funds for the state's high-speed rail line. But on Thursday he was scrambling to make sure Connecticut

 
Esty: Alternative energy not a near-term solution
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March 16, 2011

NEW HAVEN--On the day his nomination was confirmed by the House, the new commissioner of environmental protection told a green jobs conference Wednesday that he does not see alternative energy as

 
State could lose another four nursing homes
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March 17, 2011

A court-appointed receiver has recommended closing four nursing homes that have been in state receivership since January, arguing in court documents that they face financial barriers to operating and

 
Municipal leaders ask delegation to fight cuts in federal aid
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March 16, 2011

WASHINGTON--Municipal leaders from across Connecticut made a plea to the state's congressional delegation Wednesday: Push back against domestic spending cuts that will hit their cities and towns hard.

 
A $12 billion question: What does 'rural' mean?
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March 23, 2011

WASHINGTON--In 2009, Bolton and Vernon were moving full speed ahead on a vital $25 million sewer project to replace inadequate septic systems serving the area's residents. But as construction was about

 
 
 
Travcoa Announces New Culinary Tours to Iberia and Southeast Asia Send
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Buddy Up To Lose Weight - And Save with Fitness Coupon Club Send
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Company Insolvency Fears As Businesses Rely On Plastic Send
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Group Buying for Fitness Junkies Send
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Government Owes Millions in Unclaimed Tax Refunds Send
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Unclaimed Life Insurance Becomes New Concern for the Government Send
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