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The Real Story: Gov. Lamont’s budget isn’t what the doctor ordered

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Hospitals say the state is reneging on a tax deal that had been reached with the Malloy administration. After paying $900M per year in state provider tax, for each of the last two years, hospitals were supposed to see that cut to less than $400M this year. Instead, they would face what amounts to a tax hike, under the Lamont budget.
Guest: Kurt Barwis, Pres./CEO Bristol Hospital

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