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Health & Humans Services

Cindy Caron

Don’t Legalize Pot, CT Mirror, 3/25/2018
“On March 16, a press conference opposing legalizing marijuana was held in Wallingford, with remarks by Mayor William Dickinson, North Haven’s First Selectman Michael Freda, State Sen. Len Fasano, Reps Mary Mushinsky and Craig Fishbein, the Rev. Todd Foster of New Haven, 19-year-old Jordan Davidson, and others…”

Feds Award CT $5.8M To Expand Opioid Treatment, Hartford Business Journal, 3/25/2019
“Connecticut is set to receive another $5.8 million grant from the federal government to expand access to opioid treatment and recovery services, according to state officials…”

CT Gets No Clean Bill Of Financial Health From Doctors, WFSB, 3/25/2019
“Doctors may be among the highest-paid and most educated professionals in the country, but Connecticut is far from the best state for them…”

481 Measles Cases Reported During 2019, Precision Vaccinations, 3/23/2019
“According to various health agencies and news publishers, measles cases have been reported by 16 states during 2019…”

Network Proposed To Help LGBTQ Community, The Day, 3/22/2019
“Almost six months ago, Patrick J. Dunn, executive director of the New Haven Pride Center, got a call from a 16-year-old who had just come out as gay to his family…”

State Public Health Committee Oks Raising Smoking Age, News 12, 3/22/2019
“Connecticut is one step closer to raising the smoking age to 21. The state Public Health Committee approved the change today…”

With The State’s Medicaid Rides Service Under Fire, Farmington Independent Living Center Ventures Into Medical Transportation, Hartford Courant, 3/22/2019
“In the quiet of its 26 acres, its tenants in wheelchairs emerging from tidy apartments, heading for art therapy, or to the gymnasium known as the “great room,” or to board meetings, there is one variable at New Horizons Village, one wild card, one outlier…”

Connecticut Flu Deaths Rise To 55 This Season, WTNH, 3/21/2019
“The number of flu deaths in Connecticut has risen once again.  On Thursday afternoon, the Department of Public Health said that 11 more people have died from the flu this week, bringing the total to 55 flu deaths in Connecticut…”  

CT Public Health Insurance Option Moves Forward, CT Post, 3/20/2019
“Legislation that would extend state health benefits to small businesses, nonprofits and individuals cleared a key hurdle Tuesday, winning a favorable vote from the Insurance and Real Estate Committee…”