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$25 Million And Counting »
Cities and Towns Try To Grab Lawmakers’ Attention »
Sales Tax Proposal Pits Municipalities Against Nonprofits »
OP-ED | Drastic Times: Let Towns Have Their Own Sales Taxes »
Education, Municipal Officials Lobby Hard Against Teacher Pension Shift »
OP-ED | In Tough Times Local Leaders Unite & Lead »
Senate Democrats Unable To Get Municipal Relief Vote Over Finish Line »
Lawmakers Seek To Clear Up Confusion Over 3D Mammography »
OP-ED | A New Way Forward for Connecticut and its Property Taxpayers »
Municipal Leaders Try To Write Their Own Destiny »
Diverse Stakeholders Offer Solutions »
Administration Hands Down $50M In Mid-Year Budget Cuts To Municipalities »
Municipal Officials to State: Repeal The Spending Cap For Municipal Grants »
CCM: Connecticut Continues To Rely Too Heavily On Property Tax To Fund Education »
Municipal Lobby Presses Property Tax Reform »
Municipal Lobby Will Develop Its Own Legislative Package »
Gun Violence: No Ready Answers; Outreach Needed »
Local Leaders Join Fight To Combat Opioid Epidemic »
Local Elected Officials Urge Lawmakers To Make Structural Changes »
OP-ED | Building A Brighter Future Through Connecticut Urban Center Investment »
Municipalities And Their Lobbyists Already Unhappy With Malloy’s Budget »
OP-ED | What CCM Means by ‘Collaborating for the Common Good’ »
CCM Report Highlights Regional Cooperation Efforts »
OP-ED | State‘s Tax Panel Must Resolve Residents’ Biggest Tax Problem—The Property Tax »
‘If Mayors Ruled the World’ author urges Connecticut municipal leaders to seize power from state »
Municipal Leaders Want A Seat At The Budget Negotiating Table »
Business, Labor and Municipal Groups Announce Collaboration Amid Divisive Political Climate »
DEEP Revises Storm Water Permit »
Senate President Responds to ‘Starving for Leadership’ Remarks By CCM Director »
OP-ED | Connecticut’s Disappearing Children: How The Budget Makes The Problem Worse »