Recent Comments

Politijoe wrote:
Connecticut Consumers to Begin Receiving E-Book Settlement Refunds: “Joebigjoe a $14.87 refund would suggest a lot of coming…”
joryjohnson wrote:
Lawmakers Approve Wind Regulations Lifting Defacto Moratorium: ““We wanted regulations that would be protective of the health…”
joryjohnson wrote:
Lawmakers Approve Wind Regulations Lifting Defacto Moratorium: “wind power moratorium?  If we have a wind moratorium because of a handful of spoiled NIMBYS wouldn’t it be natural to have coal, oil and gas power plant moratorium?”

Social Networks We Use

Categories

CT Tech Junkie Feed

Connecticut Consumers to Begin Receiving E-Book Settlement Refunds
Mar 25, 2014 4:09 pm
Connecticut residents will start receiving refund checks or credits this week for e-books purchased between April 1,...more »
Like New Jersey, Direct Retail Sales of Tesla Automobiles Not Allowed in Connecticut
Mar 19, 2014 12:24 pm
The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection is co-sponsoring a contest for the auto dealership...more »

Our Partners

Tag: “medicaid”

Settlement Would Require State To Hire 35 More Workers »
OP-ED | How Is Connecticut’s Health Insurance Exchange Really Doing? »
OP-ED | GOP Opposition To Obamacare Baffles Former HHS Secretary »
Free Dental Clinic, Finally, Comes To Hartford »
Access Health CT Enrollment Reaches 152,561 »
Children’s Coverage Gap Declines »
OP-ED | Oregon Study Doesn’t Undermine Affordable Care Act Claims, As Critics Contend »
State Hires Tech Company To Help It Achieve Savings By Preventing Fraud »
OP-ED | Obamacare, Malloy Budget: Hazardous to Connecticut’s Health, Hospitals »
Clients Call For Better Service, DSS Says It’s Listening »
Commissioner Says Residents Who Didn’t Qualify Got Benefits In September »
Legal Aid Attorneys Say DSS Is Discontinuing Benefits When Their Clients Are Eligible »
Connecticut Continues To Buck Enrollment Trend »
Obamacare Enrollment Better In State Exchanges Than HealthCare.Gov »
CT’s Exchange Bucks Enrollment Trends In Other States »
Older Adults Signing Up For Obamacare In Connecticut »
OP-ED | What’s the Matter with Rhode Island? »
Medicaid Program Leaves A Question Mark for 2014 Budget Projections »
Healthcare Questions Answered »
State Sets Ambitious Goals For Cracking Down on Medicaid Fraud »
Lawmakers Get Schooled On ‘Modern’ Social Services »
Senate Gives Final Passage To Budget; Different Views of Future »
Medicaid Math: Does The State Have Enough Workers? »
Tension Rises As Votes To Change Spending Cap Disappear »
Judge Orders State To Do Better On Food Stamp Applications »
OP-ED | Exchange Should Learn From Charter Oak Experience »
Social Services Department Moves Slowly Into Digital Age »
OP-ED | Include Surgery Centers in Connecticut’s Health Insurance Exchange »
It’s Official. Feds Deny Medicaid Waiver »
HUSKY Parent Says Malloy’s Health Care Changes Will Be Painful »