Almost every single one of us is a leader somewhere — from presidents or governors (who lead on the national and state stages) to leaders of businesses large and small, to the moms and dads who lead families. Leaders have many responsibilities, of course – and they vary enormously, depending ...
“Public” Health, Indeed
It’s the kind of information that’s released on a summer Friday — when no one’s supposed to be paying attention — for a reason.
After all the self-congratulation about how well Connecticut’s version of ObamaCare is “working,” it’s profoundly alarming to learn that a backpack was found containing the personal information of 400 people . . . and Access Connecticut paperwork. Oh, and it was discovered on the street in Hartford where Access Connecticut’s offices are located.
Citizens have been coyly informed that a “possible” breach may have taken place, and (of course) all the appropriate investigations are being undertaken (cold comfort, no doubt, for those whose personal information was in the abandoned backpack).
If it turns out that what happened is what obviously appears to have happened, it illustrates just one more potential danger of widespread state collection of personal information — and a clear rebuttal to those who would argue that state health care in Connecticut is peachy keen.
Auditors: Board of Regents underfunded colleges by $7 million and gave out employee bonuses, furlough compensation instead
In an effort to spend down an accumulated $7 million in excess allocations, the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education spent $3.3 million on employee bonuses and furlough compensation, according to a newly-released audit of the community college system. “Between 2010 and 2015, the system office underfunded the colleges’ ...