Killing contest will not fix CT health care. Here’s why.

Connecticut has rising healthcare costs and Gov. Ned Lamont wants to help. But before moving forward with his proposed legislation, which he presented to the General Assembly in February, he was due to spend a night at the Copper Beech Inn in Essex.

Built in 1899, the property offers luxury accommodations and fine dining on 53 acres. Guests have enjoyed the inn for decades, but it wasn’t the first to arrive in the Connecticut River Valley. Less than three miles away is the Griswold Inn, which opened in 1776.

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