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Here is a sampling of health policy news from around the state from the past month. If you see something in your local newspaper that you would like featured here in future weeks, please contact Deb Polun at

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12.3.19 CT MirrorIn a short session, lawmakers eye prescription drug proposals
11.30.19 Greenwich TimeGiving Fund: Get in the holiday spirit by helping a neighbor
11.28.19 CT MirrorChocolate milk back in New Haven schools — for now
11.25.19 CT MirrorStatewide health exchange must have critical mass, financial stability, report finds
11.23.19 Stamford AdvocateStamford and the bottle: Study shows alcohol is a problem in city
11.22.19 Hartford CourantAt ProHealth Physicians, representatives from drug companies are no longer welcome in the doctor’s office
11.21.19 Middletown PressMiddletown’s New Horizons domestic violence advocate honored for efforts
11.19.19 CT MirrorNonprofits say philanthropy alone can’t save services
11.19.19 New Haven IndependentLegal Aid Lobbies Alders On Lead Paint, Alleges Civil Rights Harm
11.11.19 The Bristol ObserverPrevention professionals honor Zoppo-Sassu
11.11.19 Hartford CourantUnited Services Gets $319K For Telecommunications
11.11.19 CT MirrorCharges of secrecy, sniping follow health care savings initiative
11.9.19 CT InsiderOfficials: More vaccine exemptions in CT schools putting ‘everyone at risk’
11.8.19 CT MirrorLawmakers, health experts call for stricter limits on heavy metals in baby food
11.6.19 CT MirrorJudge puts temporary stop to Purdue lawsuits — with CT’s blessing
11.6.19 CT MirrorWhile nonprofits seek state aid, Lamont steers them to private donors
11.4.19 CT NewsJunkieAccess Health CT Focuses On The Uninsured

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