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CT Insurance Dept. recoups $8M for policyholders, taxpayers

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Insurance Department said it recovered nearly $8 million for policyholders and taxpayers in 2018, according to Acting Commissioner Paul Lombardo.

Here are CBIA's policy recommendations for CT's General Assembly

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's largest business lobby has laid out a dozen policy priorities it has for this year's legislative session centered on creating a more business-friendly environment.

After extending enrollment, Access Health signs up thousands more

Matt Pilon |

Access Health CT, the state’s Affordable Care Act exchange for health insurance plans, signed up approximately 4,600 more residents during a now concluded one-month extension of its open...

Economic insights into the CVS-Aetna deal

Fred McKinney |

There are two significant forces driving unprecedented changes in the market for health insurance, and the market for other consumer health products and services: technology and the prospect of...

Major policies opposed by businesses loom in Democrat-controlled legislature

Matt Pilon |

The 2019 legislative session could be a tough one for employers, as an emboldened Progressive Caucus plans to push for wage and benefit mandates, and higher taxes on the wealthy.

Access Health sees decline in black and Hispanic customer base


With just one week left in open enrollment, Access Health CT has seen overall high levels of customer engagement and turnout, but a decline in its black and Hispanic base, a health insurance exchange...

The Hartford, Liberty Mutual pledge $10.5M for crumbling foundations

Joe Cooper |

Additional funding is coming for Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations.

A day of pomp for Lamont, then the talent hunt resumes


Ned Lamont takes office as Connecticut's 89th governor this afternoon having settled on nominees for all but 10 of the 28 positions that are classified under state law as agency heads subject to...

Glastonbury's Smith Brothers expands into N.Y.

Joe Cooper |

Glastonbury-based insurance broker Smith Brothers has expanded its footprint with another acquisition in New York.

CT can be U.S. leader in curbing healthcare costs

Eric Galvin and Jess Kupec |

Health care is expensive in the Nutmeg State. The reasons are plentiful, but a more informed and better coordinated utilization of our current system could help lower healthcare costs and improve...

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