The Connecticut legislature decided not to override any of Gov. Dannel Malloy's vetoes, including a bill that would have required insurers to share more information on the claims that they reject, especially those related to mental health and substance abuse. Late attempts to modify a major provision of the bill, which would have called on Access Health Connecticut, the state's new insurance exchange, to deliver reports on the new data, failed as lawmakers tried to beat the clock in the final days of the session.
Health-data bill among Conn. gov's vetoes that will stand
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