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Nancy DiNardo returns to chair state Democratic Party

DiNardo – who held that position from 2004-14 – is the first woman to serve as chair of the party.

Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman to become new CT Dem chair

Erick Russell, a lawyer who chairs the Connecticut Bar Association’s LGBT section, is expected to be nominated as the party’s vice chairman.

Access Health CT expanding customer outreach ahead of open enrollment

As for ongoing concerns about the possibility of major reforms to, or repeal of, the Affordable Care Act, new CEO James Michel dismissed it as “background noise."

CT receives $12.2 million for first statewide health info exchange

The new round of funding launches a pilot program for the health information exchange, which is expected to be operational by early 2019.

Equity Push: CT House overwhelmingly passes bill banning questions about salary...

“People deserve equal pay for equal work – it’s that simple,” said Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Access Health CT names interim leadership team

The search for a permanent replacement for exiting CEO Jim Wadleigh will continue.

Access Health CEO Jim Wadleigh stepping down

No reason was given for Wadleigh’s departure or where he might be headed next.

Enrollment up at Access HealthCT

Although the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminated the Obamacare's individual mandate, requiring most individuals to have health insurance coverage, talks with legislators will continue.

Conn. joins lawsuit over Trump’s Obamacare exec order

"It is infuriating that these assaults will not stop,” said Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Anthem, ConnectiCare staying on health exchange

The news comes just one day after Connecticut Insurance Department Commissioner Katharine L. Wade rejected the insurers' proposed revised premium rate increases.

Connecticut Senate narrowly approves $1.57B union concessions deal

Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman cast the tie-breaking vote in a Senate divided on the deal along party lines.

Stamford, Danbury hosting health care roundtables with state official

Connecticut’s Health Information Technology Officer Allan Hackney will review the findings of the Health Information Technology Advisory Council.

Connecticut Democrats on Trump budget proposal: No thanks

"Seniors would be kicked out of their homes and heroin addicts would be kicked out of treatment" if the budget is passed, according to U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy.

Business and political leaders give Malloy-era largely damning reviews

Some high marks for the outgoing governor's attempts to fix the fiscal mess he inherited ... but actual accomplishments are few, according to observers.

Harris, eying run for governor, resigns as Consumer Protection Commissioner

Jonathan A. Harris' resume includes serving as mayor of West Hartford and as a state senator representing the 5th Senatorial District.