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Rep. Jim Himes began his questioning at the first public impeachment hearing by criticizing the behavior of his Republican colleagues.
The lawyer representing the whistleblower is Stamford native Andrew Bakaj, who specializes in national security law.
Gov. Ned Lamont celebrated getting support from major employers for CT2030. What he really needs is a half dozen state senators.
Many of Connecticut’s four-year colleges have low graduation rates and some also charge low-income students considerably more than they would have to pay elsewhere, the study found.
While the overall revenue drop could create the first deficit of Gov. Ned Lamont’s young administration, in reality, finances for this fiscal year remain more than $300 million in the black.
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In the blink of an eye, most towns in Connecticut will be expecting the next property tax check from property owners. And most people writing those checks will ask themselves, as they do semi-annually, “just what am I paying for?”
Last year only 79 Connecticut community college students graduated with a Transfer and Articulation Policy (TAP) transfer ticket associate’s degree out of 5,187 total associate’s degrees awarded. Those 79 students represent only 2% of all students who received associate’s degrees last year. This data strongly suggests that the TAP transfer pathways were not designed properly and are not working for students.
Connecticut’s citizens deserve fast, reliable, and practical rail service along the state's rail lines. The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) has made strong public statements committing to improve rail service not just on the main line, but also on the diesel branch lines serving Danbury, Waterbury, and the I-91 corridor. Delivering on its promises will require purchasing new trains designed to modern standards.
To Gov. Ned Lamont and Connecticut Legislators: Respect that the well-being of our minds and our bodies are cultivated by the families who raise us, the homes in which we live, the work at which we labor and the people with whom we surround ourselves. Each of us experience an “environmental impact” no less dramatic than the stress being waged upon our planet. It is high time that people and their welfare receive the same level of attention and concern.
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