Few Who Lost Medicaid Have Purchased Insurance
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Few Who Lost Medicaid Have Purchased Insurance

By Arielle Levin Becker | CTMirror.com When state lawmakers scaled back Medicaid eligibility for thousands of low-income parents earlier this year, they argued that the parents could instead buy deeply…

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Immigration Forum at Housatonic Community College
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Immigration Forum at Housatonic Community College

For the 15th year, Housatonic Community College will host an Immigration Forum on Saturday, September 26, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in room A101, Lafayette Hall. Held…

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Thousands of Obamacare Customers at Risk of Losing Coverage or Subsidies
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Thousands of Obamacare Customers at Risk of Losing Coverage or Subsidies

By Arielle Levin Becker | CTMirror.com More than 7,000 customers of Connecticut’s health insurance exchange must provide additional documentation to maintain their coverage or the tax credits that…

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CT Residents Called to Take Necessary Precautions during Summer Heat
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CT Residents Called to Take Necessary Precautions during Summer Heat

Tribuna Staff With temperatures anticipated to remain in the 90s over the next few days, Governor Dannel P. Malloy is reminding residents to be cautious during periods of…

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23 Nail Salons Across the State Ordered to Shutdown
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23 Nail Salons Across the State Ordered to Shutdown

By Tribuna Staff In response to several complaints from nail salon employees and recent news articles about questionable health and employment practices at nail salons, the Connecticut Department…

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Ecuadorian Festival: A Daylong Family Event
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Ecuadorian Festival: A Daylong Family Event

The Ecuadorian Festival, a daylong family event, will be held on Sunday, August 9, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Ives Concert Park on the WCSU Westside…

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DMV Announces Change in OUI Law Starting July 1
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DMV Announces Change in OUI Law Starting July 1

On and after July 1, 2015, operators who are charged with operating under the influence (OUI) of alcohol, drugs or both, and as a result, have their licenses…

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NVCC Expands Student Jobs on Campus Program to Danbury with $100,000 Grant
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NVCC Expands Student Jobs on Campus Program to Danbury with $100,000 Grant

WATERBURY, Conn. – With the support of a $100,000 grant from the Leonhardt Scholarship Program through Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, Naugatuck Valley Community College is expanding its Student…

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CT’s New Education Chief Describes Her Vision for the State
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CT’s New Education Chief Describes Her Vision for the State

By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas | CTMirror Dianna Wentzell takes over as Connecticut’s new education commissioner as educators face major obstacles to improving schools throughout the state. During her…

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USCIS Launches Citizenship Public Awareness Initiative
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USCIS Launches Citizenship Public Awareness Initiative

By Emanuela P. Leaf U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services last month released a series of promotional materials to raise awareness about the rights, responsibilities and importance of U.S.…

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