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Open enrollment begins November 1st, five things to know

By Rosana G. Ferraro Access Health CT held their last Board meeting before Open Enrollment last Thursday, October 19.  A lot was discussed, and there are a lot of confusing messages in the news, but here is key information for … Continue reading

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How state budget proposals threaten health – AND WHAT YOU CAN DO!

Guest Blog by Jonathan Miller Can you afford to spend half your income on healthcare? If the State passes their current budget proposal, that’s what I’ll have to do. After years of working, I’m now disabled with a chronic condition … Continue reading

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ACA Sabotage Part 1: Cost-Sharing Reductions (CSRs)

By Kayla Tarlton The Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) ramped up last Thursday when two different actions were announced on Thursday October 12.  Today’s Trump Sabotage blog addresses one of those actions:   cutting off federal … Continue reading

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Health Care Action Summit Wrap Up

What a day! On Saturday October 14, two hundred health care activists, advocates and organizations gathered at the Protect Our Care CT campaign’s Health Care Action Summit to: Educate ourselves about key state and federal health care issues Learn more … Continue reading

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Defending health care – at the state level

By Rosana Garcia Ferraro “I think it’s immoral and unconscionable of the state legislature and the governor to allow this to happen,” Offir said. “Connecticut needs a budget but it shouldn’t be created by causing the death of its citizens.” … Continue reading

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Join Us October 14 at Health Care Action Summit

By Lynne Ide In early 2017, a network of organizations and individuals that care about health care started the Protect Our Care CT campaign. The campaign was sparked by a shared desire to protect the positive gains made by the … Continue reading

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Continued Threats to Health Care

By Jill Zorn While Congress is not actively working on overt health care repeal at the moment, major threats to health care programs continue. ACA Sabotage Frequent (private jet) flyer HHS Secretary Tom Price may be gone, but the Trump … Continue reading

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