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Topic - Susan Johnson
A bill that would allow Connecticut physicians to prescribe medication to help terminally ill patients end their lives won't be voted on during this year's legislative session, the co-chairman of the General Assembly's Public Health Committee said Tuesday.
Connecticut lawmakers agreed Friday to revisit legislation allowing doctors to prescribe medication to help mentally competent, terminally ill patients end their lives, launching one of the more hotly contested issues of this year's short legislative session.
The rocky launch of the federal online insurance marketplace provided cover for those skeptical of Medicaid expansion, but the issues are separate, the regional director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday.
The association for foreign service officers has an annual award it gives to U.S. diplomats who have stood up to the powers that be at the State Department — but the organization is struggling to find anyone worthy of the honor.
The remake of the 1981 comedy "Arthur" has a bit of a drinking problem.
Windham Rep. Susan Johnson said Tuesday there is not enough time to address various outstanding issues with the bill.
"We worked very hard on that bill and there's a lot of work left to do," Johnson said.