Black & Latino Caucus Members CT General Assembly: REJECT Gov. Malloy's plan to force HUSKY A parents into private insurance
  • Petitioning Rep. Juan R. Candelaria, Deputy Majority Leader

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2013 Black & Latino Caucus Members CT General Assembly
Rep. Juan R. Candelaria, Deputy Majority Leader
2013 Black & Latino Caucus CT General Assembly
Rep. Bruce V. Morris, Vice Chairman
2013 Black & Latino Caucus Members CT General Assembly
Rep. Christina Ayala
Connecticut-023
State Sen. Andres Ayala
Connecticut-002
State Sen. Eric Coleman
Connecticut-010
State Sen. Gary Holder-Winfield
Connecticut-124
State Rep. Charles Clemons
Connecticut-004
State Rep. Angel Arce
Connecticut-005
State Rep. Brandon McGee
Connecticut-072
State Rep. Larry Butler
Connecticut-075
State Rep. Victor Cuevas
Connecticut-039
State Rep. Ernest Hewett
Connecticut-093
State Rep. Toni Walker
Connecticut-130
State Rep. Ezequiel Santiago
Connecticut-094
State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield
Connecticut-009
State Rep. Jason Rojas
Connecticut-003
State Rep. Minnie Gonzalez
Connecticut-006
State Rep. Edwin Vargas
Connecticut-007
State Rep. Douglas McCrory
Connecticut-084
State Rep. Hilda Santiago
Connecticut-145
State Rep. Patricia Miller
Connecticut-025
State Rep. Robert Sanchez
Connecticut-126
State Rep. Charlie Stallworth

Black & Latino Caucus Members CT General Assembly: REJECT Gov. Malloy's plan to force HUSKY A parents into private insurance

    1. Petition by

      Caring Families Coalition

37,500 low-income parents who cannot afford private insurance will become uninsured.

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    1. Reached 100 signatures

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    • Arlene Murphy FAIRFIELD, CT
      • 11 months ago

      If Husky A parents lose their Medicaid coverage, they will not be able to afford health insurance through the Exchange, even with subsidies.

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    • Chantal DeArmitt MIDDLETOWN, CT
      • 11 months ago

      There is no way that an exchange will ever be accessible to Husky A families. That's a political tactic to assure there are enough people to make the exchange viable. It's a despicable ploy that will harm those most in need.

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    • crystal lloyd NEW HAVEN, CT
      • 11 months ago

      Because i am a single mother raising to children on my own barely making it in this economy now please reconsider this

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    • Jill Zorn COLUMBIA, CT
      • 11 months ago

      People should not lose access to health care because of health reform.

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    • Carolin Medina MERIDEN, CT
      • 11 months ago

      I am a single mom and I have to work overtime just to make ends meet. I live at home with my parents because I can't afford to even make things happen using housing assistance programs. I think it is unfair to force us to pay for something we cannot afford in order to provide support to those who do not work. I work very hard to keep my family afloat and am disgusted with the government giving everything to those lazy people who sit at home all day. I can't get any assistance with anything else and sometimes can't even pay my bills. I don't understand how they think this is fair!

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