AccessHealthCT, the quasi-public state agency that runs Connecticut’s Obamacare exchange, spent nearly $75,000 to commission three murals, plus nearly $4,000 to have one of them installed.
Just before Thanksgiving, state officials gathered at Optimus Health Care in Bridgeport to unveil the Cornier mural, which, according to the New Haven Register, is intended to inspire New Haven residents to “embrace health and wellness.”
Storm’s mural is at theStetson Branch Library in New Haven.
The contracts are publicly available on the exchange’s website.
— Zachary Janowski is an investigative reporter for the Yankee Institute. This story originally ran in Raising Hale.