Connecticut Proposal Offers First Responders Benefits For PTSD
Hartford, CT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Legislation to provide extended benefits to first responders who develop work-related Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome was by passed by a state Senate committee the Connecticut Labor Committee in a bipartisan vote of 12-2. The next hurdle will be the vote in the full Senate. Advocates expect Senate Bill 164 to be passed by the session’s end on June 5th.
The bill’s sponsor, Senator Cathy Osten D-Sprague, initiated the measure shortly ...
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