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Governor Lamont - Health & Humans Services

Cindy Caron

Connecticut Governor Lamont Fills Top Public Health, Insurance Agency Jobs, Insurance Journal, 2/25/2019
“Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has announced his choices to lead the departments of public health and insurance…”

Youth Vaping Is Reaching Epidemic Proportions, CT Mirror, 2/25/2019
“Electronic-cigarettes are delivery systems for the highly addictive drug nicotine. They consist of battery-operated devices with a heating element (atomizer) that vaporizes liquid nicotine…”

Governor Proposes Asset Test For Medicare Savings Program, CT Post, 2/22/2019
“Before Natalie Torranto qualified for the state’s Medicare Savings Program three years ago, the former nurse used to skip her chemotherapy pills every other day…”

Public Health Insurance Still An Option For CT Lawmakers, CT Post, 2/21/2019
“Connecticut lawmakers are taking a hard look this year at government-sponsored public health insurance options…”

Audit Finds Dept. Of Public Health Was Lax On Public Drinking Water Enforcement, Hartford Courant, 2/21/2019
“An audit released Thursday found bewildering gaps in the state public health agency’s oversight of the quality of the water that 2.7 million Connecticut residents drink, including that public water systems complied with only half of violation orders issued from 2012 to 2016, and of the violations that were addressed, nearly 20 percent were long overdue…”

Connecticut Lawmakers Concerned About Services For Young Adults With Autism, Record Journal, 2/20/2019
“The General Assembly is considering several bills aimed at improving services for people with autism as they leave school and enter early adulthood…”

There’s A New Push For Public Health Insurance In Connecticut, Hartford Courant, 2/18/2019
“The ambitious co-chairs of the legislature’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee, Rep. Sean Scanlon of Guilford and Sen. Matt Lesser of Middletown, have been quietly working for months on how to nudge Connecticut into the ranks of blue states exploring government-sponsored health insurance…”