Bipartisan Women’s Caucus Rallies to Push Change After Thousands of Deaths at Connecticut Nursing Homes

State Rep. Rosa Rebimbas of Naugatuck, co-chair of the Women’s Caucus speaks on the north steps of the Capitol


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HARTFORD -- In response to the deaths of roughly 2,500 nursing home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Connecticut state legislature's bipartisan Women’s Caucus is calling for change in the ...

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