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 –
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
A rule change to how Medicaid payments are issued to home healthcare providers implemented by the Donald Trump administration was overturned by a California court in a lawsuit that was backed by Connecticut Attorney General
SEIU Healthcare 1199NE held a rally outside the offices of Allied Community Resources in Enfield on October 14 saying the company has not been paying personal care attendants on time. But the rally may be
Connecticut has joined several other states, including California, in a lawsuit against the Donald Trump administration to oppose a regulatory change that eliminated union dues deductions from home health care workers paid through Medicaid funds.
In what could be a very costly blow to organized labor, a regulatory change enacted by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services states that union dues can no longer be automatically deducted from home