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Cara Pavalock-D’Amato, R-Bristol, has agreed to represent the couple suing to block the release of data showing the percentage of unvaccinated children at each Connecticut school.
DeLauro said she will hold the Trump administration's "feet to the fire" over its treatment of immigrant youth at a July 24 hearing.
For years, John Tornatore chafed at the high personal and real estate property taxes the city of Hartford levied on his South End flower shop. In the mid-2000s, Tornatore was fed up with the steep impacts of a revaluation and ready to move his enterprise with roots to the days when gunmaker Colt’s dominated the […]
In government and politics, appearances count for a lot, as they did last week.
Both the House and Senate want to substantially boost military spending, but partisan conflicts over Pentagon policy are hurdles in a final bill.
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It is time to restore passenger service on the Berkshire (Housatonic) Line. Major efforts are underway in Connecticut and Massachusetts that now demand public-private partnership and active coordination between elected officials and departments of transportation.
As much attention as I and others have lavished on trains, buses are the overlooked transportation workhorse of greater New Haven. Buses already supply over 40,000 trips a day in the area and could supply a lot more if the state implements its own years-old plan.
Most likely we’ve already forgotten the two cases of a 19-year-old and 18-year-old purchasing powerful weapons here in the world's Dodge City: USA.
As my office is assembling the final report for FY19 Community First Goals, I can’t help but reflect on the tremendous progress the town has made on customer service. Upon entering office, the town didn’t have a formal customer service training program and was operating in deep silos at top levels of government.
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