Connecticut's hospitals are urging state lawmakers to replenish the cuts in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget, predicting they could lead to deep reductions in medical services and staff.
Legislators have been peppered in recent days with emails from hospitals and their supporters. The coordinated campaign comes as the General Assembly's budget-writing committees craft revised tax and spending plans, in response to the Democratic governor's two-year, $40 billion proposed budget.
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