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Blog Update

Just a quick blog update for those of you who read this blog and who aren’t direct relatives (you’re in a pretty exclusive club, trust me).

I’m slowing the blog down as I figure out how to best use it going forward.  As I hope you know by now, our new WNPR News website is up, running, and awesome.  That’s where my attention is for the time being.

So, I’ll keep you posted.  Ha.  Get it?  Posted?

Jeff

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WNPR on NPR: 2 Connecticut Police Officers Accused Of Intimidating Latinos

Customers line up for lunch at Guti'z Bakery in East Haven. (Jeff Cohen/WNPR/

Customers line up for lunch at Guti’z Bakery in East Haven. (Jeff Cohen/WNPR/

I did a deep dive into East Haven and its history of allegedly harassing Latinos.

Here’s the result.

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WNPR on NPR: Connecticut Takes Obamacare To The People

Papillon Ferreiras and Emanuela Cebert talk healthcare.  (Jeff Cohen/WNPR)

Papillon Ferreiras and Emanuela Cebert talk healthcare. (Jeff Cohen/WNPR)

When I heard the folks at Access Health CT — the state’s healthcare exchange under Obamacare — were going to be at a Lil Wayne concert, I had a good sense this would be a story.

So here it is — a story that aired on NPR about the state’s outreach efforts.

 

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Connecticut Says It’s Ready To Implement New Healthcare Marketplace

There’s just a month to go before those without health insurance can go online to buy it through a state-sponsored website. WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports.

Here’s the story.

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Legislator Walks Back Michael Moore Comment, Stands By Vote

A big question since the massacre at Sandy Hook is how much, if any, information from the crime scene should be released to the public. As WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, that debate continues.

Here’s the story.

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Newtown, The Public’s Right To Know, And Michael Moore?

Did the legislature pass a sweeping new privacy law after Newtown because of Michael Moore?

It did if you ask Republican State Sen. Len Fasano.

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Health Premiums Up, But Modestly

A lot of Americans get their health insurerance from their job.  And according to a new study, the price of that insurance went up by about four percent last  year.  WNPR’s Jeff Cohen has more.

Here’s the story.

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