Meeting in special session, the Connecticut House of Representatives yesterday voted on an eclectic range of bills, with the most controversial centering on police reform and voting changes. Protesters outside the Capitol included unionized nursing home workers and teachers; police; self-designated representatives of Black Lives Matter; and the ACLU. The session began with Representatives testing technology and working out technical bugs. Most representatives connected to session electronically from their ...
Milton Friedman Legacy Day
Milton Friedman would have turned 101 years old this year. In celebration of this anniversary, please join the Yankee Institute in honoring Milton’s legacy! We’ll be hosting a luncheon on Wednesday, July 31 at the Town and County Club in Hartford.
Jason Bedrick of the Cato Institute will join us to discuss financial transparency and school choice. He will explain which states are transparent about their public school spending and discuss scholarship tax credit programs nationwide and why Connecticut should adopt one.
Lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m. This event is free but please reserve your spot by clicking here by July 24.
All questions should be directed to Jessica at Jessica@yankeeinstitute.org or (860) 282-0722.
UPDATE: Registration for this event is now closed!
CMS deals blow to unions that had been automatically deducting dues from Medicaid-paid home healthcare workers
Home Care Daily highlights a report from the Yankee Institute on union deductions.