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March
03.27.2015 OP-ED | Two Bills Threaten to Take Power From Local Governments »
03.27.2015 Looney Quietly Pitches Statewide Car Tax »
03.27.2015 Fallout From Committee Meeting on Sexual Assault Bill Yields More Complaints »
03.27.2015 OP-ED | Yes On MBR Relief, But School Funding Crisis Looms »
03.27.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Will Congress Work Before November 2016? »
03.26.2015 Republicans Say Senate Democrats’ Bill Will Further Weaken Clean Elections System »
03.26.2015 OP-ED | Affirmative Consent Bill Could Help Tear Down Rape Culture »
03.26.2015 Lawmakers Struggle With Spending Cap »
03.26.2015 Racial Disparity in Connecticut Prisons on the Decline, Report Says »
03.26.2015 State Mulls CPR Curriculum Requirement »
03.26.2015 Nonpartisan Analysts: 2015 Budget Is Running A $191M Deficit »
03.25.2015 Malloy Takes Transportation Conversation To Investors In D.C. »
03.25.2015 OP-ED | It is Time to Place the Public Good Ahead of the Privileged Few »
03.25.2015 Connecticut Scores An ‘A’ For Transparency »
03.25.2015 OP-ED | Feds’ War On Health Care Spending Abuse Needs To Include Medicare Advantage »
03.24.2015 Dreamers Win Committee’s Support »
03.24.2015 Higher Ed Committee Says ‘Yes’ Means ‘Yes’ When it Comes to Sexual Consent »
03.24.2015 Speaker’s Task Force Tackles Bilingual Education »
03.24.2015 Former Congressional Candidate Gets 5 Months In Prison »
03.24.2015 Hospital Transparency Bill Moves Forward »
03.23.2015 Acting Insurance Commissioner To Depart »
03.23.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Blumenthal Decries GOP Budget, Talks Tactics »
03.23.2015 OP-ED | AIDS CT Applauds Governor’s Bill to Address Opiate Epidemic »
03.23.2015 Birthmothers Hope Access to Key Documents Will Help Advance Adoption Reform »
03.23.2015 Senate Dems Vow To Restore Funding For Veterans’ Funerals »
03.23.2015 2015 Budget Deficit Grows As Feds Deny $45M In Medicaid Claims »
03.21.2015 Malloy Says He Won’t Support Charter School Moratorium »
03.20.2015 Malloy Nominates In-Law of Top Fundraiser To Insurance Post »
03.20.2015 State May Move Forward on Police Body Camera Pilot »
03.20.2015 OP-ED | Shaking the Foundation of Connecticut Hospitals »
03.20.2015 OP-ED | Why Are Nutmeggers So Rough On Their Own State? »
03.20.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Republican Robocalls Target Blumenthal »
03.20.2015 OP-ED | McDonald’s is Helping to Save Antibiotics, and We’re Lovin’ It »
03.20.2015 OP-ED | Eminent Domain on Steroids? A New Bill Threatens Cities and Towns »
03.19.2015 OP-ED | When the State Won’t Let You Die »
03.19.2015 Lawmakers Look At Loosening Local Funding Requirements Amid Declining School Enrollment »
03.19.2015 State Takes a Step Toward Three New Casinos »
03.19.2015 Advocates Urge Easier Access To Expensive Drug For Medicaid Patients »
03.19.2015 Transportation Committee Keeps Tolls Alive »
03.18.2015 Hundreds Turn Out as Connecticut Debates Aid in Dying Measure »
03.18.2015 Proposed Medicaid Cuts Could Mean More Adults Drop Insurance »
03.18.2015 OP-ED | From ‘Sound Bytes’ to ‘Eye Bytes,’ News Consumption Changing for Younger Generations »
03.18.2015 OP-ED | Consumers Getting ‘Skinned’ By Health Insurers »
03.18.2015 Rowland Sentenced to 30 Months on Corruption Charges »
03.18.2015 OP-ED | Rebuilding Infrastructure, Rebuilding Our Economy »
03.18.2015 State Frees Up $10 Million for Small Business Loan Backlog »
03.17.2015 Malloy, Democrats Rally Support For Bill To Help Domestic Violence Victims »
03.17.2015 Tribal Leaders Say Jobs Are At Stake »
03.17.2015 Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson Officially Announces New Statewide Role »
03.17.2015 Bill to Keep Sex Offenders Away From Schools Could Cause ‘Chaos,’ Critics Say »
03.17.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Measure Would Extend Expired Tenant Protections »
03.16.2015 Judge Denies Rowland’s Motion For New Trial »
03.16.2015 Giffords To Return To Connecticut »
03.16.2015 Both Sides Get Ready To Debate End of Life Issues »
03.16.2015 Connecticut Gained 24,600 Jobs In Past Year »
03.16.2015 State Mulls Ban on Sale of Ivory Products »
03.13.2015 OP-ED | The Truth About Charter Schools in the Proposed Budget »
03.13.2015 Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Access to Arrest Records »
03.13.2015 Bill Would Allow Cops to Get Workers’ Comp after Witnessing a Death »
03.13.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Murphy Opposes Concealed Carry Act »
03.12.2015 OP-ED | Budget: Higher Debt and Employee Costs ‘Crowding Out’ Other Spending »
03.12.2015 Senate Republicans Pitch Urban Agenda; Embrace Parts of Malloy Budget »
03.12.2015 OP-ED | Hike The Minimum Wage For Servers? Wrong Discussion »
03.12.2015 Should E-Cigarettes Be Added To Smoking Ban? »
03.12.2015 OP-ED | A New Casino Isn’t Worth Betting On »
03.12.2015 Looney, Fasano Want More Transparency in Hospital Costs, Cap on Facility Fees »
03.12.2015 Poll Finds Connecticut Dems Still Like Hillary »
03.12.2015 Speaker Pitches Tax Changes To Maintain Municipal Revenue »
03.11.2015 OP-ED | Parents Should Not Have To Choose Between Life’s Basic Needs Or Quality Education »
03.11.2015 OP-ED | If Obamacare Critics Win High Court Case, Effects Will Be Wildly Disparate »
03.11.2015 Wyman Says Bill Protects Domestic Violence Victims; Gun Owners Say It’s Unnecessary »
03.11.2015 Service Providers Warn of Mental Health Budget Cuts »
03.11.2015 Malloy Still Unpopular »
03.11.2015 Voters Say No To Casinos, Yes To Marijuana »
03.10.2015 Senate, House Focus On Student Loan Debt »
03.10.2015 Doubling Down: Legislature Mulls Three New Casinos »
03.10.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Bill Seeks to Stem the Rising Tide of Detergent Pod Poisonings »
03.10.2015 Lawmakers May Embrace Expansion of Gambling »
03.09.2015 Package Store Owners Say It’s Taxes, Not Minimum Pricing »
03.09.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | McCain and Murphy Express Support for a Democratic Ukraine »
03.09.2015 Lawmakers Struggle To Put A Number on Medicaid Proposal »
03.08.2015 OP-ED | Clean Water Is Something Everyone Can Agree Upon »
03.08.2015 OP-ED | There’s a Better Way To Change Workplace Policies »
03.08.2015 OP-ED | Serve Here CT Proposal Offers New Hope for the State »
03.06.2015 Sandy Hook Commission Finishes Report, But Will There Be Funding? »
03.06.2015 OP-ED | Are Charter Advocacy Groups Skirting CT Ethics Laws? »
03.06.2015 Malloy Says His Budget Is Not ‘Groundbreaking’ »
03.06.2015 Watchdog Group: Route 1, Route 6 Most Dangerous For Pedestrians »
03.06.2015 DC NEWS JUNKIE | Congress Looks to Improve Railroads »
03.06.2015 OP-ED | Construction Workers Deserve a Middle-Class Wage »
03.05.2015 OP-ED | Border Tolls? There’s a Better Way »
03.05.2015 Lawmakers Will Consider Expansion of Gambling, While Malloy Awaits Their Decision »
03.05.2015 Coalition Seeks Paid Family And Medical Leave »
03.05.2015 OP-ED | Ignore The Scare Tactics: Transparency Needed At UConn Foundation »
03.05.2015 Rowland’s Lawyers Ask For New Trial »
03.05.2015 OP-ED | Spend More Time On Students, Less On Testing »
03.05.2015 Republicans Modify Position on Juvenile Offender Legislation »
03.04.2015 Connecticut Keeps 40-Person Manufacturing Company From Moving »
03.04.2015 Free Dental Clinic Returns To Danbury »
03.04.2015 Towns Consider Regional Police Departments »