The number of Connecticut residents receiving Medicaid benefits has risen by 143,295 since January of 2020, nearing one million people, according to monthly Medicaid figures from the Department of Social Services. As of September –
Obamacare’s failure to launch continues. Though the health care reforms have become the punchline for Saturday Night Live jokes, many of its effects are no laughing matter. Obama Administration memos reveal that just six people
Despite the complaints about our health-insurance system, in one respect Connecticut is the envy of other states: our individual insurance market. Unfortunately, the politicization of rate adjustments is putting a good thing at risk.
Maine’s Experience Should Give Connecticut Pause in Pursuing Politicized Health Insurance Rate Approval Process SB 194 – An Act Concerning Rate Approvals For Individual Health Insurance Policies purports to be responding to real concerns about
HARTFORD – The Connecticut version of Obamacare called SustiNet could add more than $2 billion in new annual spending to the state budget with no means to pay for it, a new study by the
HARTFORD – A new poll conducted by the Yankee Institute for Public Policy shows that Connecticut residents oppose the national health care overhaul being debated in Congress. Connecticut residents oppose the current bills in Congress