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Massive rail plan leaves Connecticut hopeful but mystified

Northeast rail corridor proposal Option 3

Proposals to reinvent the Northeast Corridor rail system could impact Connecticut more than any other state. But a lack of detail in the plans is causing exasperation even among those who have been pushing for rail improvements for decades, and it has environmentalists worrying whether losses will outweigh the benefits. Continue Reading →

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Op-Ed: Company president outraged at Connecticut’s ‘fiscal incontinence’

In his open letter to Gov. Dannel Malloy, the president of a Danbury manufacturing firm explains why he is outraged at state spending and tax policies that make Connecticut an expensive and unwelcoming place to do business; and why he is contemplating moving his company to a more friendly state. Continue Reading →

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CT Senators clash again with feds over Danbury prisoners

Danbury federal prison

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy are again at loggerheads with the federal Bureau of Prisons over the fates of about 200 female prisoners who were transferred out of state while serving sentences at the federal prison in Danbury. Continue Reading →

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