Bristol City Council urges universal healthcare in Connecticut
The Bristol (CT) City Council has passed a resolution encouraging the General Assembly to enact legislation to make comprehensive healthcare available to all state residents. The move came after several residents held an occasionally emotional rally for universal healthcare that served as a precursor to a city council meeting. The rally was held by Healthcare4every1, and a handful of Bristol residents spoke about their own struggles to obtain healthcare.
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