This Morning With Ray Dunaway March 15, 2018

Ray Dunaway
March 15, 2018 - 8:19 am

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Here's what's coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.

6:50- Howard Stoffer was in the U.S. Department of State and posted to Moscow. The White House says it "stands in solidarity" with "its closest ally" the UK and supports its decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats. Prime Minister Theresa May said the diplomats would be expelled after Moscow refused to explain how a Russian-made nerve agent was used on a former spy in the UK.

7:20- Matt Katz, the Executive Vice President and CEO of the Connecticut State Medical Society talks CTHealthLink. At 10 am, the Medical Society will be presenting before the Public Health Committee on the value of the newly created Health Information Exchange (called CTHealthLink), which is essentially a super-highway of protected, secured electronic medical records that can be safely accessed by any doctor at any time. CTHealthLink was formed (in part by the Medical Society) in 2017 and now medical practices, the state and others are signing up for it.

8:20- Sen Len Suzio, Vice Chair of the Transportation Committee, recaps yesterday’s hearing on tolls.

8:50- Mayor Luke Bronin of Hartford released the statement after Infosys announced they will be placing a Technology and Innovation Hub in Hartford, one of four around the United States.  Infosys announced they will create 1,000 jobs in Hartford by 2022.

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