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You have been called back to work… Now what? Workers across CT are facing a hard dilemma about how to balance risks to their health and livelihood with employer requests that they return to work.

The public charge rule says that immigrants who get certain public benefits could have trouble getting a green card or gaining entry to the U.S.

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PREPARE for Your Care can help you prepare for medical decision making. This tool will help you explore your wishes and learn how to discuss them with family, friends, and medical providers. PREPARE also offers legally-binding advance directives in English and Spanish. Go to www.prepareforyourcare.org.

Renters Have Legal Rights

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All renters have legal rights. You have these rights even if you signed an agreement saying you would give up your rights. Read more...