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McKinney Brings Pizza, Talks Health Care With New Haven Residents

by New Haven Register | Jul 16, 2014 10:40am
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Keldy Ortiz — New Haven Register Gubernatorial candidate and state Sen. John McKinney fielded questions about health care and business from residents at the Bella Vista apartment complex Tuesday — and brought them pizza.

The Republican state Senate minority leader from Fairfield arrived with 10 pies from Capotortos APizza Center in East Haven, a promise he believed current Gov. Dannel P. Malloy didn’t hold up during a visit of his own. The tab Tuesday was $175, including tip.

One resident related that her health insurance provider was dropped from Yale-New Haven Hospital. Going to get blood work became a bigger problem when she found out her insurance was not taken there, she said.

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