by Christine Stuart | September 21, 2015 2:10pm
In early August when the Department of Labor announced it was laying off 95 employees, it also said it would close six job centers to correspond with those layoffs.
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by Christine Stuart | April 22, 2014 3:57pm
Eastern Connecticut State University Professor Brent Terry’s remarks during a creative writing class won bipartisan disapproval Tuesday from the state House of Representatives.
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by Christine Stuart | September 19, 2013 5:07pm
Local planning and zoning officials gathered Thursday at the Legislative Office Building to get a better understanding of the state’s new medical marijuana regulations and how they may impact local zoning decisions.
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by Christine Stuart | July 24, 2013 4:10pm
Nine of the 36 microgrid projects submitted by municipalities to the state will be funded with $18 million in state bonding.
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by Natalie Missakian | June 5, 2012 5:30am
Calling it another step to “fix what’s broken in our public schools,” Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday announced which school districts will test a much-debated plan to grade teacher performance that will soon be mandatory for every teacher in the state.
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by Michael Lee-Murphy | May 23, 2012 5:30am
When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned sections of the McCain-Feingold campaign financing law with its decision in Citizens United v. FEC, many observers said that the decision would usher in a new era in American politics, along with a new understanding of American liberties.
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by Christine Stuart and Hugh McQuaid | February 7, 2012 6:30am
A state subpoena for records from 10 schools districts—all named as plaintiffs in the landmark school funding lawsuit—couldn’t have come at a worse time, one school superintendent said Monday.
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