I am about half-committed to mindfulness. I live in full enjoyment of my kids, my wife and nature. I love adventures, big and small, like exploring our local river for the 100th time, getting all dirty and throwing the kids and the dog in the bath immediately upon returning home. When it comes to joy, I can sink in.
Our State appellate court recently issued a decision in the ten-year-old saga of Albini v. Connecticut Medical Examining Board, in which the administrative agency responsible for the licensing and regulating of physicians sought to prevent two certified professional midwives from engaging in activity that it claimed constituted the practice of medicine without a license.
Last year, the Connecticut Superior Court considered an administrative appeal by two midwives who were sanctioned by the state’s Medical Examining Board (the agency that licenses physicians) for the alleged practice of medicine without a license. I would love to summarize the facts of the case here, but it’s a long story with lots of