Ted Kennedy, Jr., Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Stamford, Connecticut, office, was featured in the New Haven Register, in "State Sen. Ted Kennedy Jr. to Focus on Environment, Health Care in 12th District," by Esteban L. Hernandez.

Following is an excerpt:

“Now, I am sort of entering a new chapter,” Kennedy said. “I get the opportunity to be of service to others in a new way.” …

“I am really interested in the human health impact,” Kennedy said. “I think we need to be careful and take a good solid look at providing consumers with information that they themselves can use to make decisions to make in their daily lives.” …

Kennedy, who will continue his work as a health care lawyer and partner at Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., in Stamford, said he has a strong commitment to assuring the state preserves and protects its environmental resources. A graduate of the Yale School of Forestry, Kennedy said his education and working on the public health aspect of environmental protection are part of reasons he is passionate about environmental issues.

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