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OP-ED | CCM Initiatives Reflect Municipal Leaders’ Commitment To Collectivity »
Connecticut Would Save Planned Parenthood If Congress Defunds It »
Little Progress Following Budget Discussions »
Democrats Get Closer To Budget Deal »
OP-ED | The Year of Incompetence »
Survey Finds Budget Situation Is Impacting Consumer Confidence »
Unclaimed Property Revenue Boosts Connecticut’s Fiscal Outlook »
OP-ED | Saving Taxpayers $24 billion Over the Next 20 Years »
OP-ED | Post-Accountability: Now, The Buck Stops Nowhere »
Standard and Poor’s Downgrades Hartford Bonds To Junk Status »
OP-ED | Factory Towns Are Gone, But Manufacturing Is More Vital Than Ever »
OP-ED | Increase Revenue To Save Medicaid And Other Basic Services For People With Disabilities »
Malloy Presents Legislative Leaders With Two Budget Options »
Nonprofit Community Says Budget Delay Will Hurt Connecticut Residents »
OP-ED | Modest Funding For Independent Living Centers Is Smart State Budgeting »
OP-ED | Big Ideas Are Needed to Grow the Economy and Solve the Budget Mess »
Medical Marijuana Program Continues To Grow, As Debate About Legalization Continues »
Senate Dems Call For Open Door Budget Negotiations »
Republican Budget Is Out of Balance Before It’s Even Released »
Malloy Readies 1,100 Layoff Notices »
ANALYSIS | Dogged By Tough Economy, Malloy Still Stacks Up Accomplishments »
Malloy Underlines His Priorities »
Senator Intercepts Valentine’s Day Message »
Appropriations Forwards Pension Deal To General Assembly »
Connecticut’s Budget Improves Slightly For 2017, But Deficits Still Loom »
Spending Cap Commission Unable To Reach Consensus »
Child Care Subsidy Program Limits Enrollment Again »
Connecticut’s Budget Deficit Improves Slightly »
Good Bye 2016, Hello 2017 »
Barnes Warns of Criticism As State Agencies Implement Spending Cuts »