Tue, 07 July 2015
Hartford Courant -//- /State Sets Hearing For Health Insurance Increase Requests /UI, Iberdrola Will Submit New Merger Application /Simsbury's Mary Baier To Bring Her Terrier To Regional Competition /NYC Holding Parade For Champion US Women's Soccer Team /Bristol Schools Sued Over Alleged Bullying /Hallmark To Close Enfield Warehouse With 570 Jobs /Heroin use and addiction are surging in the U.S., CDC report says /With $40M, State Authority Expands Into Hartford Neighborhoods /New charges in Charleston church shooting: Attempted murder /NTSB: 2 killed when F-16, small plane crash over South Carolina; jet pilot safe /Subway suspends relationship with spokesman Jared Fogle amid investigation /Advocates: Hartford Magnet School Pushed Underperforming Student To Withdraw /Oddball Comedy Festival Returning To Hartford /Mom Of Man Killed Setting Off Fireworks On Head: Rules Too Lax /Protesters Gather In Hartford As Part Of 'Moral Monday'' /UTC Says It Will Create 380 Jobs For Unit In Florida /Documents: Cosby in 2005 case admitted intent to give quaaludes to women /UConn Basketball Attendance: Men See Small Increase, Women Small Decrease /South Carolina Senate votes to remove Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds /Starbucks raising prices for some drinks by 5 to 20 cents /Arrest Made In Fatal Stabbing Of Former Himes Intern In D.C. /Police: No evidence of gunshot at Walter Reed hospital /Aetna: Louisville Workforce May Grow; No Word On Hartford /60-Year-Old East Granby Man To Swim English Channel At The End Of July For Charity /A Trailer Wrecked, A Long Trek, And Help Comes For Marine VeteranHartford Courant -//- /State Sets Hearing For Health Insurance Increase Requests /UI, Iberdrola Will Submit New Merger Application /Simsbury's Mary Baier To Bring Her Terrier To Regional Competition /NYC Holding Parade For Champion US Women's Soccer Team /Bristol Schools Sued Over Alleged Bullying /Hallmark To Close Enfield Warehouse With 570 Jobs /Heroin use and addiction are surging in the U.S., CDC report says /With $40M, State Authority Expands Into Hartford Neighborhoods /New charges in Charleston church shooting: Attempted murder /NTSB: 2 killed when F-16, small plane crash over South Carolina; jet pilot safe /Subway suspends relationship with spokesman Jared Fogle amid investigation /Advocates: Hartford Magnet School Pushed Underperforming Student To Withdraw /Oddball Comedy Festival Returning To Hartford /Mom Of Man Killed Setting Off Fireworks On Head: Rules Too Lax /Protesters Gather In Hartford As Part Of 'Moral Monday'' /UTC Says It Will Create 380 Jobs For Unit In Florida /Documents: Cosby in 2005 case admitted intent to give quaaludes to women /UConn Basketball Attendance: Men See Small Increase, Women Small Decrease /South Carolina Senate votes to remove Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds /Starbucks raising prices for some drinks by 5 to 20 cents /Arrest Made In Fatal Stabbing Of Former Himes Intern In D.C. /Police: No evidence of gunshot at Walter Reed hospital /Aetna: Louisville Workforce May Grow; No Word On Hartford /60-Year-Old East Granby Man To Swim English Channel At The End Of July For Charity /A Trailer Wrecked, A Long Trek, And Help Comes For Marine Veteran

What’s good for American medic…

What’s good for American medicine is bad for America’s health / #sarasota @AMA #bridgeport #stamford #nyc #boston /#wink /

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