Connecticut health plan moves forward
Hartford Courant, January 4, 2008
The Connecticut Department of Social Services has released a request for proposals for a plan designed to provide health insurance for as little as $75 a month and as much as $250 for those earning higher incomes. The request moves Connecticut one step closer to offering affordable healthcare coverage to uninsured residents who don't qualify for public assistance.
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