Connecticut lawmakers this week overrode the governor's veto to start the process of creating a public health insurer that could use bond financing for part of its implementation.

The SustiNet plan establishes a nine-member board charged with developing a health care plan that would provide coverage to uninsured residents. The board is required to submit draft legislation for the plan in January 2011 and the insurance program is to be available in July 2012.

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