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Legislators reach no accord on shortfall in hospital tax
Negotiators met for about 45 minutes Wednesday and then adjourned to meet again this morning when “We have something to work with in front of us,” said conference chair Sen. Bob Odell, R-New London.
Tuesday the conference committee heard from House members on their proposal to shore up the state’s claim that the Medicaid Enhancement Tax on net hospital patient services is constitutional and allowed under both federal and state law.
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