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Posted inCT Viewpoints

CJTS is no place for traumatized kids

The Office of the Child Advocate’s report on the Connecticut Juvenile Training School reveals conditions requiring decisive action to keep youth safe. It is encouraging that the Department of Children and Families recently released its own report on CJTS acknowledging problems with the facility. Both reports leave me convinced that many of the youth at CJTS simply do not belong there.

Posted inMoney, Politics

Partisan debate heats up as state’s credit card nears its limit

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy drew criticism this year when he warned Wall Street investors he would boost state government’s effective credit card limit by 40 percent this year. But if the State Bond Commission approves all of the financing Malloy has proposed for next week’s meeting, the governor will have used up 95 percent of his self-imposed credit limit – with five months still to go in the calendar year.