Thursday, November 18, 2010

SustiNet Post- Federal Reform

The increasingly essential Arielle Levin Becker at the Connecticut Mirror did her homework, exploring what role the Connecticut's plan for universal health care, SustiNet, will play in Connecticut now that federal reform has passed. Of course, the State budget deficit is a major concern, but there should at least be a large purchasing pool to help the State and at least some of its residents find more affordable, comprehensive health care. The Board has released several options, each of which has different fiscal impact. If you're a Nutmegger, don't miss this really important article. Jennifer

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