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The newly formed 11-member Municipal Accountability Review Board, which will be in charge of helping extremely distressed municipalities like West Haven and Hartford get their... [Read More]
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The 11-member board created by the state budget to work with financially distressed municipalities in order to help them avoid insolvency or bankruptcy will hold... [Read More]
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Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin filed paperwork Thursday to explore a run for governor. Bronin hinted at a run last month after saying in 2015... [Read More]
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Seven of the Republican candidates running for governor squared off in their first debate of the 2018 election cycle and largely agreed they don't like... [Read More]
As the administrator of the state employees health insurance plan, State Comptroller Kevin Lembo is taking steps to try and block the use of "outrageously... [Read More]
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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he plans to fulfill his constitutional obligation to submit a deficit mitigation plan to the legislature. However, legislative leaders who... [Read More]
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The 113,000 seniors and disabled who would be impacted by eligibility reductions to the Medicare Savings Program may be getting a two month reprieve. ... [Read More]
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Keesha De'Silva was looking at spending 120 days in jail after getting arrested for sleeping in a park hours after being evicted, but the Connecticut... [Read More]
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An investment banker running for the Republican nomination for governor is embracing the economic policies espoused by his friend of two decades, Arthur Laffer, who... [Read More]
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Legislative leaders will meet Wednesday with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in what could be an awkward conversation over how to handle the current deficit. ... [Read More]
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Despite a shorter enrollment period, or maybe in spite of that deadline, enrollment in Connecticut's health insurance exchange is more than 90,000 with 21 more... [Read More]
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo certified a $207.8 million state budget deficit Friday. That means Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be required to submit a... [Read More]
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Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations will be watching the U.S. Senate's debate on tax policy very closely because it could impact their ability to seek... [Read More]
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A new report on Connecticut's housing market shows an increase in rental households, and a decrease in chronic homelessness. The report from The Partnership... [Read More]
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Federal regulatory delays have put plans for a new casino in Connecticut in limbo, the state and its two federally recognized tribal nations claim in... [Read More]
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Borrowing $40 million for improvements to the XL Center and $9.1 million for bath houses and life guard stands at Silver Sands State Park were... [Read More]
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Legislative leaders said they've heard the concerns of the 113,000 elderly and disabled who would lose all or part of their health coverage under the... [Read More]
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The widow of former Detroit Tigers pitcher Mark Fidrych, a 1976 rookie of the year who found strangled underneath his truck nearly a decade ago,... [Read More]
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Arkansas-based SCA Pharmaceuticals opened its new location in Windsor last week and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal visited the facility Monday... [Read More]
At least one Wall Street rating agency is worried about Connecticut's newly projected revenue shortfall. Moody's Investor Services said even though the General Assembly... [Read More]
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