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2016

May
05.26.2016 Advocates Call On Insurance Commissioner To Reconsider Aetna-Humana Merger »
05.26.2016 Supreme Court Upholds Death Penalty Repeal For All, Including Those On Death Row »
05.26.2016 Vo-Tech Employees Laid Off »
05.26.2016 Access Health CT’s 2017 Budget To Rely More On Assessments Than Federal Grants »
05.26.2016 Lawmakers Press For Thorough Review Of Two Health Insurance Mergers »
05.25.2016 Malloy Visits Hartford Correctional, Wants Vote On His Criminal Justice Reforms »
05.25.2016 Republicans Critical of Automatic Voter Registration Agreement With DMV »
05.25.2016 Public Health Committee Urged To Get Tougher on E-Cigarettes »
05.25.2016 Nonprofit Says Connecticut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Climbing »
05.25.2016 AAA: Americans Are Hitting The Road This Summer & This Weekend »
05.24.2016 Fiorina Avoids Trump, Takes Aim At Clinton »
05.24.2016 Entrepreneur Searches For Like-Minded Individuals »
05.24.2016 State To Give Hedge Fund Money for Expansion, Job Creation »
05.23.2016 Malloy Push for Second Chance 2.0 Continues »
05.23.2016 ANALYSIS | Sullivan, Rating Agencies Signal Little Room For Error in CT’s Budget »
05.23.2016 Labor Sends A Message to Connecticut’s Democrats »
05.20.2016 Stubborn Deficit Remains In This Year’s Budget »
05.20.2016 Malloy Pushes For Second Look At Second Chance »
05.20.2016 Judicial Branch Announces 61 More Layoffs »
05.20.2016 OP-ED | Not All Teachers Are So Disconsolate »
05.20.2016 Brookes Declines To Primary Novak in 2nd CD »
05.20.2016 OP-ED | Florida Bound: The Puzzling Popularity of Jodi Rell »
05.20.2016 Lawmaker Tells Advocates Not To Give Up On Pushing Paid Leave »
05.19.2016 Layoffs Hit Watchdog Agencies »
05.19.2016 Two Wall Street Firms Downgrade Connecticut Bonds »
05.19.2016 DOL: Connecticut Adds Jobs In April; March Data Revised Upward »
05.19.2016 More Than 45,000 Connecticut Workers Could Benefit From Labor Rule Change »
05.18.2016 Families Are Urged Not To Wait To Bring A Foster Child Into Their Home »
05.18.2016 New Online Tool Makes Business Registration In Connecticut Easier »
05.18.2016 Discussion on Prescription Drug Costs Leaves Panelists Looking for Answers »
05.17.2016 DMV, Merrill To Implement Automatic Voter Registration to Comply With Federal Law »
05.17.2016 Small Fire Causes Legislative Building To Close For The Day »
05.17.2016 Pew: Connecticut Has One of Highest Public Debt to Personal Income Ratios »
05.17.2016 New Haven, Hartford Lawmakers Line Up For Number Two Spot In House »
05.16.2016 Sharkey Says It’s Up To Malloy To Make His Case On Second Chance Legislation »
05.16.2016 Blumenthal Calls For Airlines To Help Reduce Long Lines At Security Checkpoints »
05.16.2016 Malloy Continues To Muscle Forward With Second Chance 2.0 »
05.16.2016 Budget Bill Changes How State Will Estimate Deficits and Surpluses »
05.15.2016 Sharkey Won’t Seek Re-election »
05.13.2016 House Hits Pause Button On Malloy’s Second Chance Bill »
05.13.2016 House Sends ‘Unpleasant’ Budget With Deep Spending Cuts To Malloy »
05.13.2016 OP-ED | Garbage In, Garbage Out: A Reminder for PEAC and the State Board of Education »
05.13.2016 Prison Gerrymandering Bill Falls Flat »
05.13.2016 OP-ED | Connecticut’s Fiscal Crisis Has Reached a Middle »
05.13.2016 OP-ED | GOP Media Stumbles and Lysol For The UConn Foundation »
05.13.2016 Senate Hedges On Second Chance Bill »
05.12.2016 State Gives Up Revenue To Hartford and New Britain »
05.12.2016 Senate Candidate Goes After Minority Leader On Social Media »
05.12.2016 Minority Drivers Less Likely To Be Pulled Over After Dark »
05.12.2016 Senate Passes Budget; House Up Next »
05.12.2016 Poll: Malloy Second-Least Popular Governor In U.S. »
05.12.2016 Union Leaders, Workers Warn Budget Would Decimate State Services »
05.12.2016 Financial Services Corp. Warns Against Changes to Public Retirement Program »
05.12.2016 Senate Leaders Remain Confident In Thursday Budget Vote »
05.11.2016 11th Hour Attempt To Save Commissions Falls Flat »
05.11.2016 Wolf Seeks To Petition His Way Onto Republican Primary Ballot »
05.11.2016 State: Contractors Have Agreed to Stop Selling Concrete Aggregate from Willington Quarry »
05.11.2016 Some Budget Documents Released, But Not All »
05.10.2016 ECSU Dreamers Get A Boost From Scholarship Program »
05.10.2016 Local Elected Officials Urge Lawmakers To Make Structural Changes »
05.10.2016 Special Interests Take Sides In Budget Debate, But There’s Still No Document »
05.09.2016 Carter Snags Republican Endorsement For U.S. Senate »
05.09.2016 Clay Cope Easily Wins Republican Nomination In 5th Congressional District »
05.09.2016 Breast Cancer Advocates Warn Against Veto Of Insurance Coverage for New Technology »
05.09.2016 Republican Party Chairman Walks Back Decision To Ban Reporter »
05.09.2016 More Businesses Opened Their Doors In 2015 »
05.09.2016 Republicans Gather To Nominate Their Candidates »
05.07.2016 A Divided Democratic Party Unites Behind Blumenthal »
05.06.2016 Public Health Officials Continue To Warn Against Travel to Zika-Affected Countries »
05.06.2016 Malloy Threatens to Veto Public Retirement Bill »
05.06.2016 OP-ED | 2016 Regular Session: Winners and Losers »
05.06.2016 OP-ED | Expect Outcomes of State Expenditures »
05.06.2016 OP-ED | The Tesla Imbroglio: Empires Survive And Consumers Lose »
05.06.2016 Another Drug Settlement Boosts General Fund »
05.06.2016 Judicial Branch Continues Layoffs »
05.05.2016 A Day Later, Still No Budget Document »
05.05.2016 Voters Won’t Get A Chance To Weigh In On Transportation Lockbox »
05.05.2016 Open Space Falls Short Of Super Majority »
05.05.2016 2016 Legislative Session Limps To An End »
05.04.2016 3D Mammography Bill Headed To Governor’s Desk »
05.04.2016 Yale Tax Bill Scrapped; Study Next »
05.04.2016 Legislature Will Return For Extra Innings On 2017 Budget »
05.04.2016 Bill Addressing Opioid Epidemic Headed To Governor’s Desk »
05.04.2016 Lawmaker Storms Out In Disgust As Committee Struggles To Adopt Revenue Estimates »
05.04.2016 Dems Get A Budget Deal, But Republicans Have To Let Them Pass It »
05.03.2016 Bill To Improve Disclosure of UConn Foundation Headed To Governor’s Desk »
05.03.2016 Gov. Stops To Pick Up Penny, But Will It Be Good Luck? »
05.03.2016 More Job Cuts Announced; Judicial Branch Looking at Another 600 Layoffs »
05.03.2016 With Clock Ticking, Still No Budget Deal »
05.03.2016 OP-ED | Keeping Connecticut’s Commitments »
05.03.2016 Senate Tables Second Chance Debate After Midnight; Bounty Hunter Slams Bill »
05.02.2016 Senate Gives Final Passage To Bill To Protect Domestic Violence Victims From Firearms »
05.02.2016 Malloy Gives Lawmakers Second Revised Budget »
05.02.2016 Mrs. Bounty Hunter Makes Pitch To Save Cash Bail System »
05.02.2016 Tesla Sweetens the Deal, Offers Distribution Center If Connecticut Allows Direct Sales »
05.02.2016 OP-ED | You Can Help to Make Sure Connecticut Lawmakers Vote for Superior Breast Exams »
05.02.2016 Malloy To Come Back To Budget Negotiating Table With Offer »
05.02.2016 Malloy Receives Profile In Courage Award »
April
04.30.2016 Public Retirement Bill Headed To Malloy After Wyman Breaks Tie Vote »
04.30.2016 Stunned Democrats Try To Regroup To Get Budget Deal Without Malloy »