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Tag: “Hospitals”

Malloy Offers Lawmakers A Mix of Tax Increases, Spending Cuts To Erase Red Ink »
Legislative Leaders Reach Tentative Deal, Malloy Remains Skeptical »
Malloy Offers Changes To Sales and Hospital Taxes And Municipal Aid »
Malloy Looks To Layoffs, Asks For Suggestions on Spending Cuts »
OP-ED | A More Personal Approach to the Healthcare Debate »
Outpatient Facility Fees To Be More Transparent With New Law »
A Retirement Incentive Is Off The Table »
Dems Would Scrap Clean Election Program To Balance Budget »
Not A Lot of Surprises In Malloy’s Latest Proposal for Budget Cuts »
Human Services Committee Chairwoman Tells Advocates They Are Being Heard »
Malloy Tries To Help 6 Hospitals, But Legislative Leaders Aren’t Impressed »
Malloy Stops Short Of Agreeing To Change Emergency Budget Cuts; Fasano Fires Back at Sharkey »
Drop In Stock Market Prompts Nearly $103M In Emergency State Budget Cuts »
Sharkey’s Property Tax Legislation Rides Through in the Budget Implementer »
OP-ED | Connecticut’s Disappearing Children: How The Budget Makes The Problem Worse »
Senate Sends Bipartisan Health Reforms To House »
Sharkey Modifies Property Tax Proposal & House Approves »
State Considers Eliminating Property Tax Exemption For Hospitals »
Looney, Fasano Want More Transparency in Hospital Costs, Cap on Facility Fees »
Speaker Pitches Tax Changes To Maintain Municipal Revenue »
Lawmakers Hope Improved Sleeping Conditions Will Curb Infant Deaths »
OP-ED | Hospitals and Health Care: Stop Pointing Fingers, Start Working Together »
OP-ED | Ban For-Profit Hospitals? Not On Your Life »
Clock Is Ticking On Hospital Conversion Legislation »
Two Bills Changing System for Tax Exempt Property Move Forward »
Two Hospital Bills Up For Debate Today »
Health and Human Services, A Mixed Bag »
OP-ED | Obamacare, Malloy Budget: Hazardous to Connecticut’s Health, Hospitals »
What Does 2014 Hold for Lawmakers? »
Undocumented Immigrants to Strain Safety-Net Hospitals »

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