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‘Model’ Rocky Hill Nursing Home For Paroled Inmates To Get Federal Funds

April 26, 2017
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‘Model’ Rocky Hill Nursing Home For Paroled Inmates To Get Federal Funds

By Adam Wisnieski Inside the 60 West nursing home in Rocky Hill, two residents played solitaire to the sound of soul music. Others sat in wheelchairs beneath a simulation of rolling clouds, while one got a haircut in a barbershop decorated with Red Sox posters. From the outside, the 95-bed, single-story facility set back...

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FBI Reaches Out For Victims Of Subsys Scheme

January 10, 2017
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FBI Reaches Out For Victims Of Subsys Scheme

By Lisa Chedekel In an unusual move, the FBI is reaching out publicly to patients who were prescribed the powerful narcotic medication Subsys, which federal agents allege was improperly dispensed by practitioners across the country, including a nurse in Derby. In a posting on its Victim Assistance Program website, the FBI asks people who...

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OSHA Penalties Drop Nearly 50 Percent In Five Years

December 31, 2016
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OSHA Penalties Drop Nearly 50 Percent In Five Years

By Sujata Srinivasan Penalties levied against Connecticut companies for violations of occupational safety rules dropped by more than half between 2011 and 2015, and the number of cases with penalties fell by 40 percent in the same time period, according to a C-HIT analysis of federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) data. Data...

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Lawmakers Plan To Rein In Weaponized Drones

December 31, 2016
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Lawmakers Plan To Rein In Weaponized Drones

By Gary Stoller December 26, 2016 When Clinton resident Austin Haughwout uploaded YouTube videos of his pistol and flamethrower-equipped drones last year, he triggered a national debate over the use of weaponized drones that is expected to result in new state legislation. Eight states, including Vermont and Maine, now have laws prohibiting or limiting...

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