The event highlighted the importance of the Bioscience sector in Connecticut – including taking steps towards urging that new improvements be made to bring Connecticut successfully into the future.
Fasano, Lawmakers Call for Public Hearing, Full Transparency on State’s Inmate Medical Care Failures
In recent months, a pattern of cases has come to light in which inmates in the state’s correction department were reportedly not provided proper medical care.
Read Across America is an annual event held on Dr. Theodor Seuss Geisel’s birthday, March 2nd, to commemorate his life’s work and his ability to captivate young audiences with his unique children’s books.
Sen. Fasano and Rep. Yaccarino are both long-time advocates for individuals who suffer from rare diseases and have worked on legislation to raise awareness and help people access treatment and research.
Nabel has been using math to entertain audiences for over 40 years. His presentation will feature mentalism effects, which he uses to read minds and demonstrate precognition.
Quinnipiac University Professor Sasha Turner Of North Haven Elected Co-President Of The Coordinating Council For Women In History
The council, an affiliate organization of the American Historical Association, is committed to supporting and fostering the inclusion of all women in the historical profession.
Sen. Fasano Leads General Assembly in Overriding Governor’s Veto to Restore Funding for Elderly and Disabled
In voting to override the governor’s veto, Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano and fellow state lawmakers are now able to restore funding for the current fiscal year to over 100,000 seniors and disabled individuals.
A large part of the discussion centered on the Medicare Savings Plan (MSP) and the legislature working in a bipartisan way to restore MSP after Gov. Dannel Malloy vetoed the bill earlier this month.
Creighton University professor to discuss changes in negotiation Feb. 2 at the Quinnipiac University School of Law Center
Ebner will look ahead to the future of negotiation in which more, rather than less, change is likely, and will seek to help negotiators and mediators adapt their practices to their changing world.