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The federal Board of Immigration Appeals has indicated it will now recognize pardons issued by the state of Connecticut.
Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham is conducting his own probe into how the Russia investigations were initiated.
When it comes to mental health services on CT college campuses, "There's a very large discrepancy between the haves and the have-nots."
An internal investigation found medical staff's conduct and lack of training resulted in a baby being born in a prison cell toilet.
DeLauro said the Trump administration's move to require some food stamp recipients to work at least 20 hours a week “is a betrayal of our nation’s values."
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Bait-and-switch is bad enough, but in the case of truck-only tolling, Gov. Ned Lamont isn’t even pretending: he’s telling us right out that he plans to make the switch. Shame on us if we fall for this scam.
Gov. Ned Lamont has announced that he would like a special session of the Connecticut General Assembly convened before Christmas. Two of the issues he would like the legislature to tackle during the special session are to establish a reliable long-term revenue stream needed to secure low-interest federal borrowing for transportation projects and the annual bond package for construction projects.
Once again lawmakers in Connecticut have set their sights on the trucking industry as they search for an easy scapegoat to bail themselves out from the deep fiscal hole Hartford has dug itself into.
It may be a surprise to some, but Connecticut’s capital city is an international one – steadily becoming a magnet for people from nations throughout the world. Those expanding demographics – and the increasingly inter-reliant world in which we live – are the driving force in an effort to spur conversations in Hartford and across the state, and improve global awareness. A vigorous initiative -- Maps for All -- urges residents to “see the world in public places.” It was launched last month to coincide with National Geography Awareness Week, but has ambitions that extend further.
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