December 14, 2016
by Christine Stuart | December 14, 2016 5:30am
General Electric’s decision to move its headquarters to Boston may have just been the most visible sign that Connecticut failed to lay the groundwork for a 21st century economy, but a University of Connecticut professor says there were plenty of other missed opportunities over the past two decades.
December 12, 2016
by Christine Stuart | December 12, 2016 2:54pm
October 11, 2016
by Jack Kramer | October 11, 2016 4:30am
A new report shows that Fortune 500 companies, including several in Connecticut, are placing an estimated $2.5 trillion in offshore tax havens. It’s a practice that’s totally legal.
July 29, 2016
by Jack Kramer | July 29, 2016 4:01pm
One of the new initiative’s goals in New Haven, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said Thursday, will be to reduce recidivism by 50 percent over a five-year period.
June 10, 2016
by Christine Stuart | June 10, 2016 11:39am
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Carter joked he made his campaign staff a little nervous by telling them he was ditching the script and was going “rogue” in his pitch to 240 AFL-CIO delegates at their annual convention.
Tags: Richard Blumenthal, Dan Carter, AFL-CIO, union, U.S. Senate race 2016, dh
June 2, 2016
by Jack Kramer | June 2, 2016 4:30am
May 13, 2016
by Jack Kramer | May 13, 2016 10:14am
Despite a ruling from a federal court in Florida calling the practice unconstitutional, Connecticut’s General Assembly failed to pass a bill last month to end prison gerrymandering in the Nutmeg State.
February 12, 2016
by Jack Kramer | February 12, 2016 2:37pm
January 22, 2016
by Christine Stuart | January 22, 2016 1:44pm
Connecticut will receive a $54.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to improve shoreline infrastructure and increase resiliency for future weather events.
Tags: Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Rosa DeLauro, storms, Sandy, Irene, flood planning, Jim Himes, Bridgeport, New Haven, dh
January 18, 2016
by Rowan Kane | January 18, 2016 12:15pm
Childcare workers and parents descended on Hartford’s Capital Community College last week to voice concerns about wages and proposed changes to a federal program that subsidizes care.