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Three people get new kidneys, new life
2:08 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

Six-person kidney chain started at Yale

3-time kidney recipient Ryan DeSilva, 23, with his father and the medical team at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Credit Photo by Sara Karl

Three patients across three different states have new kidneys as a result of a six-person exchange that took place in December.  The transplants happened in  Connecticut, Ohio and Maine, and the results were announced at press conferences in all three states on Thursday.

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Government
6:31 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

NY proposes swan hunt and capture

Native to Europe the mute swan has been labeled a pest on the East Coast targeted for eradication.
Credit AP

New York's Department of Environmental Conservation issued a draft wildlife management proposal Thursday that calls for reducing the number of "mute swans" in the state. 

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Government
6:08 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Conn. energy & environment commissioner steps down

Dan Esty, Commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, is stepping down
Credit Conn. DEEP

The head of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection announced Wednesday that he’s stepping down.  Daniel Esty says he’s returning to a teaching position at Yale University.

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Most Obamacare enrollees are over 45
3:25 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Health "death spiral" doesn't worry experts

New York's Department of Health released data on enrollment in its health insurance exchange this week.  The data show 26% of young adults are enrolling in the exchange.  This number is just above what experts call the "death spiral."  

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Connecticut
12:49 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

NY Fed mostly positive on Conn. recovery

An economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York gave a mostly positive outlook for 2014 for Connecticut, despite the state's slow pace coming out of the recession.

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