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  • Waterbury Hospital Could See Layoffs, Reduced Services After Tenet Deal

    Waterbury Hospital Could See Layoffs, Reduced Services After Tenet Deal
    The head of the financially troubled Waterbury Hospital said Friday that the organization was reserving all its options, including layoffs, to keep its doors open after Tenet Healthcare Corp. walked away from its deal to buy the hospital.
  • State To Study Closing of Southbury Training School

    The state Senate passed a bill Wednesday evening requiring the state to develop a plan for the controversial potential closing of the Southbury Training School and five regional facilities for those with intellectual disabilities. On a bipartisan vote...

    Bill Calls For Plan To Close Southbury Training School

    Bill Calls For Plan To Close Southbury Training School
    HARTFORD — The Senate passed a bill Wednesday requiring the state to develop a plan to close the Southbury Training School and five regional centers for residents with intellectual disabilities. On a 25-10 vote, lawmakers approved a measure that...

    Plan for Southbury Training School closure clears Senate

    Legislation that could potentially help foster the closure of Southbury Training School and five other state-run institutions cleared the Senate on Wednesday. The bill comes about six months after a coalition of disability rights organizations...

    Committee Votes To Alter Spending Cap, Restores Some Cuts In State Budget

    Committee Votes To Alter Spending Cap, Restores Some Cuts In State Budget
    HARTFORD — The legislature's appropriations committee approved a budget Monday that, by using a new definition of the state's mandatory spending cap, allowed it to restore millions to popular programs that had been cut under the governor's...