The 2014 session ends. Election season knocks.
For The Connecticut Mirror, the work does not stop and quality journalism continues to change your work, your business, and for some, your life. Please consider stories from the first four months of the year:
POLITICS: Malloy, Rowland and following the money in 2014
BUDGET: Connecticut’s looming deficit threatens next year’s tax breaks
HEALTH CARE: How different are for-profit and nonprofit hospitals?
EDUCATION: Can Connecticut afford school choice?
ENVIRONMENT: New analysis pinpoints change on Connecticut’s Long Island shoreline
WASHINGTON D.C.: Even without challengers, CT lawmakers spend millions ‘campaigning’
DATA: The Connecticut Congressional campaign spending explorer
And hundreds more. Quality information like this remains a valuable commodity as Connecticut heads into the second half of 2014.
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