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Free To Start, Free To Finish College: Haddad And Democrats Propose Bill

March 8, 2018

Rep. Gregg Haddad, House chair of the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee, joined his Democratic colleagues recently to unveil their Free 2 Start/Free 2 Finish college program, which would provide state aid to help qualified Connecticut students start and complete their college careers at community colleges and state universities.

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Democratic Values Agenda

February 6, 2018

House and Senate Democrats unveil the Democratic Values Agenda for the 2018 legislative session.

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Statewide Flu Shot Clinics This Saturday

January 25, 2018

To reduce the spread of the flu virus, the state Department of Public Health is working with local health departments to provide free and low cost influenza vaccines across the state on Saturday, Jan. 27. Clinics will be held at UConn Student Health Services and at EO Smith High School.

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Changes To Medicare Savings Delayed

December 11, 2017

For those of you impacted by the changes to the Medicare Savings program, there is good news. The state Department of Social Services has announced that it will delay the scheduled Jan. 1 implementation of income eligibility reductions in the Medicare Savings Programs, as a result of concerns raised by beneficiaries, advocates and legislators.

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