Monthly Archive for June, 2012

: June, 2012

Malloy: why get taxed when you’ll be able to obtain affordable health insurance?

 Even for those who do not enroll in the various options and instead accept the tax hit mandated under the Affordable Care Act, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Friday that the pain shouldn’t be much and it

Connecticut Healthcare Advocate gives Supremes a big thumbs up

 Here’s the statement from Victoria Veltri, Connecticut’s Healthcare Advocate: “I am thrilled that the Court acknowledged the constitutionality of the extraordinary consumer protections built into the

PCSW, Planned Parenthood directors, say ACA will be AOK for women

  Teresa C. Younger, executive director of the state Permanent Commission on the Status of Women on today’s Supreme Court decision: “We have gender rating that allows health insurance companies to

Malloy, Wyman, cheer the Supremes

This from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman: “This is a tremendous day for all Americans.  The Supreme Court has taken a historic stand with the Affordable Care Act—this decision
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Washington Republicans hopeful to take back a CT congressional seat.

  Here’s today’s release from the National Republican Congressional Committee, which has listed all four candidates in the August 14 primary for the 5th Congressional District:  “Washington — The
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Malloy acknowledges Rowland’s 2004 abdication

It was just a coincidence that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s news conference today on reducing crime in the inner cities occurred on the afternoon of the eighth anniversary of John G. Rowland’s resignation

Connecticut taxpayers mark Rowland-re$ignation anniversary

Yes, for you youngsters who don’t or can’t remember, tomorrow is the eighth anniversary of the resignation of John “Why Should I Resign if I’ve Done Nothing Wrong?” Rowland, the disgraced former

Malloy searches for silver lining as state unemployment rate rises one-tenth of a percent in the last month

Last month the unemployment rate was 7.7 percent. Now it’s 7.8 percent. Here’s the governor’s new release: “Governor Dannel P. Malloy issued the following statement regarding today’s release of the
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Paranoia? Just because the Republicans are hunting rats today doesn’t mean the Democrats aren’t out to obfuscate come election time

One of the many furry creatures in the two huge pieces of legislation about to pass the House and Senate, is a provision allowing a month-long delay in the reporting of consensus state-revenue
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Shhhh! It’s a secret, exempt from the FOIA

The Blogster doesn’t like little, or big, or any kind of assaults on the flow of information from your taxpayer-supported government. Here’s a nonpartisan analysis of section 181 of a budget-related
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