Connecticut hospitals are projecting sizable losses for the end of their fiscal year in September. Hospital leaders are now looking to the state of Connecticut for support, asking Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration to contribute $450 million. The Connecticut Hospital Association said they are seeking the maximum assistance the state can provide to the hospitals. Connecticut hospitals are expected to be short as much as $1.4 billion this fiscal year, despite receiving $625 million in federal relief so far. Read more.