Murphy: Visa Waivers Pose Bigger Risk Than Syrian Refugees
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Murphy: Visa Waivers Pose Bigger Risk Than Syrian Refugees

  By Ana Radelat | CTMirror.com Washington – U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is among several lawmakers, who are saying there is little danger to the United States from the Syrian refugee resettlement program under debate…

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Post-Newtown program helps children get mental health care
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Post-Newtown program helps children get mental health care

By Arielle Levin Becker | CTMirror.com Until recently, finding care for a patient with mental health needs often required that Dr. Sandra Carbonari undertake a time-consuming search for a suitable…

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Dr. John M. Perkins on Love as a Solution to the World’s Troubles
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Dr. John M. Perkins on Love as a Solution to the World’s Troubles

By Angela Barbosa “The Sound,” a song by Jon Foreman, lead singer of the internationally known alternative-rock band Switchfoot, perfectly defines the character of a man who in…

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FAIR Health, Inc. Awarded Grant to Introduce Mobile App to Latino Health Care Consumers in Connecticut
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FAIR Health, Inc. Awarded Grant to Introduce Mobile App to Latino Health Care Consumers in Connecticut

Foundation Awards $750,000 to Nonprofits to Improve Health in Connecticut FAIR Health, Inc., a New York City based not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to bring transparency to health…

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Latino Victories And Losses In Municipal Elections
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Latino Victories And Losses In Municipal Elections

By Bill Sarno | CTLatinoNews.com In this year’s municipal elections, Latinos made gains in several Connecticut towns, most notably in Meriden and Windham, and a couple of young candidates,…

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The Department of Consumer Protection Needs the Public’s Help Regarding the Activities of James Delmaro
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The Department of Consumer Protection Needs the Public’s Help Regarding the Activities of James Delmaro

HARTFORD, October 13, 2015 – The Department of Consumer Protection is requesting assistance from consumers who may have information about an individual, James Delmaro, 44, of Hamden (pictured…

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Hospitals Fight Back Against Malloy’s Cuts
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Hospitals Fight Back Against Malloy’s Cuts

By Emanuela Leaf Each year, Connecticut hospitals provide care for approximately 409,000 admitted patients, accounting for more than 2 million days of inpatient care. Welcome more than 35,000…

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CT Staring at Another $1B Deficit After Next State Election
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CT Staring at Another $1B Deficit After Next State Election

By Keith M. Phaneuf – CT Mirror Since Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration announced state income tax receipts were lagging due to weak stock market earnings, much of the…

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DeLauro Urges Pope to Address Social Ills in Speech to Congress
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DeLauro Urges Pope to Address Social Ills in Speech to Congress

By Ana Radelat | CTMirror.com Washington – Rep. Rosa DeLauro has led an effort by congressional Democrats to urge Pope Francis to bring his social teachings to Congress when the pontiff makes…

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Too Few Blacks and Hispanics Are Becoming Doctors, Says Study
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Too Few Blacks and Hispanics Are Becoming Doctors, Says Study

By New America Media – Special from HealthDay News and NorthStarNews Today Too few members of minority groups are pursuing careers in U.S. medicine, resulting in a serious…

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