Nov 15, 2013
02:02 PM
Connecticut Politics

Malloy Spokesman: No Special Session Needed Right Now to Fix Obamacare implementation

Malloy Spokesman: No Special Session Needed Right Now to Fix Obamacare implementation

Andrew Doba, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's communictations director, released the following statement in response to Senate Minority Leader John McKinney's call for a special legislative session to bring Connecticut into compliance with the Affordable Care Act: 

"This administration is moving forward with implementing the Affordable Care Act so that more residents will have access to quality, affordable healthcare. In the wake of the decision yesterday in Washington, the Governor has asked the Lieutenant Governor and his Insurance Commissioner to gather the facts and determine what action, if any, needs to be taken by the state to ensure we are achieving this goal. Until all the facts are in, there is no reason to call a special session." 

Malloy Spokesman: No Special Session Needed Right Now to Fix Obamacare implementation

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