As Maine Goes, Connecticut Should Not

Maine Offers Connecticut Lesson in What Not to Do By Tarren Bragdon and Fergus Cullen The expression, “As Maine goes, so goes the nation” comes from Maine’s reputation as a national bellwether. But when it comes to health insurance, Connecticut should not take Maine’s...

Don’t Politicize Health Insurance Rates

Originally Published in the Waterbury Republican-American on March 31, 2010 Despite the complaints about our health-insurance system, in one respect Connecticut is the envy of other states: our individual insurance market. Unfortunately, the politicization of rate...

Less Choice, Higher Costs for Health Care

Maine’s Experience Should Give Connecticut Pause in Pursuing Politicized Health Insurance Rate Approval Process SB 194 - An Act Concerning Rate Approvals For Individual Health Insurance Policies purports to be responding to real concerns about the impact of health...

Obamacare for CT to Bust Budget

HARTFORD – The Connecticut version of Obamacare called SustiNet could add more than $2 billion in new annual spending to the state budget with no means to pay for it, a new study by the Yankee Institute finds. “Dr. SustiNet’s Prescription for Big Government...