by Christine Stuart | Nov 8, 2018 6:48am
Posted to: Election 2018 | Election Policy | Town News | Local Politics | Media Matters
HARTFORD, CT — Early Wednesday morning, both the Republican and Democratic gubernatorial campaigns sent their supporters home without knowing the outcome of the election because several towns, including New Haven, had still not reported their results.
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by Susan Bigelow | Nov 7, 2018 10:30am
Posted to: Analysis | Data | Election 2018 | Town News | Opinion
Somehow, despite the fact that there were over 200,000 more votes cast in the 2018 race for governor as there were in 2014, the geography of Ned Lamont’s narrow win was very much the same as Dan Malloy’s second victory over Tom Foley.
Continue reading "ANALYSIS | Governor 2018: Haven’t We Seen This Map Before?" »
by Christine Stuart | Oct 16, 2018 2:16pm
Posted to: Congress | Town News | Housing
HARTFORD, CT — Homeowners with crumbling foundations will be able to carry back two years and forward 20 years their “net operating loss” from repairing their foundations, according to new IRS guidance.
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by Christine Stuart | Sep 24, 2018 4:30am
Posted to: Congress | Election 2018 | Town News | Hartford
HARTFORD, CT — In August they helped organize a rally with kids from Parkland, Florida to make sure “no special interest group or political agenda is more critical than the timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues.”
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by Christine Stuart | Sep 20, 2018 2:00pm
Posted to: Economic Development | Town News | Hartford | State Budget | State Capitol
HARTFORD, CT — Outgoing Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy defended the hundreds of millions of dollars of borrowing the state Bond Commission approved Thursday at what will likely be one of the last Bond Commission meetings of the year.
Continue reading "Handball Courts, Splash Pads, and Grocery Store Among Projects Approved By Bond Commission" »
by Jack Kramer | Sep 20, 2018 11:51am
Posted to: Town News | State Budget | Transportation
HARTFORD, CT—More than 300 bridges in Connecticut are in need of repair, according to a new report released Thursday.
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by Christine Stuart | Sep 18, 2018 10:00am
Posted to: Town News | State Budget | Taxes
HARTFORD, CT — Connecticut’s largest municipal lobby is hosting the last gubernatorial debate in October, but they don’t want to be left out of the conversation in the lead-up to the November election.
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by Christine Stuart | Sep 14, 2018 5:00pm
Posted to: Analysis | Congress | Election 2018 | Town News | Media Matters | State Capitol
November 6 is fast approaching and Vote.CTNewsJunkie.com, our Voter Guide & Candidate Questionnaire, is back for a third time to help you navigate what is shaping up to be one of the hardest fought elections of our lifetimes.
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by Christopher Peak | Sep 11, 2018 3:00am
Posted to: Education | Equality | Town News | New Haven | Legal | Education Cost Sharing
NEW HAVEN, CT — Libertarian lawyers have resumed their search for parents upset by the closure of one magnet high school in New Haven — in order to file a suit that could bring down the entire magnet program statewide.
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by Jack Kramer | Sep 5, 2018 11:00am
Posted to: Energy | Environment | Town News
NEW HAVEN, CT—In an attempt to assist towns looking to ban hydraulic fracturing waste, better known as fracking, the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities has developed its own ordinance for towns looking to draft local legislation that meets guidelines.
Continue reading "Municipal Lobby And Environmentalists Trade Barbs on ‘Model’ Fracking Ordinance" »