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Bill aims to screen cases without merit (Middletown Press)
The Connecticut Legislature is discussing a string of bills which aim to improve and repair the state''s system of overall health care. These documents address the increasingly contentious issue of medical malpractice lawsuits, and include such bills as Senate Bill 1354 and Senate Bill 1052.
Health Care REIT, Inc. Prices $250 Million of 5.875% Senior Notes Due 2015 (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
Health Care REIT, Inc. announced today that it has priced a public offering of $250 million of 5.875% senior unsecured notes due May 2015 at an effective yield of 5.913%.
Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report Features Recent Medical Malpractice Developments in Five States, USA (Medical News Today)
The following summarizes news coverage of state medical malpractice developments. Arizona: Gov. Janet Napolitano (D) on Monday signed a law that places restrictions on expert witnesses who testify in malpractice lawsuits, the Arizona Daily Star reports.
The Connecticut Post Online - WomanWise (Connecticut Post)
The past few years have been tough for Bob Montini. The 48-year-old Ansonia man has been in and out of work for almost five years and, as a result, hasn''t had any health insurance.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Sunday (Norwich Bulletin)
PIANO CONCERT , 2 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church of Norwich, 148 Broadway, NORWICH. Classical pianist Nathaniel Baker has performed with the Eastern Connecticut Youth and Windham Symphony orchestras and has traveled to Spain and Portugal to perform and attend masters'' classes. $10 per person.
Senior news (The MetroWest Daily News)
Ashland Community Center, Senior Center, 162 West Union St. announces the following programs through the Elder Services Office. For more information, call 508-881-0140.
Conn. Lawmakers May Expand Medicaid Waiver (ABC News)
Conn. Lawmakers May Expand Medicaid Waiver for Families Dealing With Sick Kids'' Health Care Costs
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut (New York Times)
MANHATTAN: TEENAGER ACCUSED OF KILLING NEWBORN A teenager who the police say left her newborn daughter in a closet overnight, then showed up at a hospital with the baby''s body in a plastic shopping bag the next morning, has been charged with criminally negligent homicide.
Act 2 (The Motley Fool)
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State budget surplus tops $602 million (WFSB 3)
HARTFORD (AP) -- The state budget surplus for the current fiscal year has grown to $602 million, Gov. M. Jodi Rell announced Thursday. But Rell, a Republican, said the new fiscal year that begins July 1 is still more than $1 billion in deficit.