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Senate Democrats backed away Monday from the new sales tax surcharge on prepared foods, saying it is far broader in scope than lawmakers intended.
A new policy designed to eliminate unused beds in nursing homes has put Gov. Ned Lamont at odds with a key part of his base, Connecticut’s largest healthcare workers’ union.
Gov. Ned Lamont promised Monday to take the lead on the repeal of religious exemptions for school-age vaccinations.
Some Connecticut cities and towns may still prefer to accept Purdue Pharma’s offer to settle suits stemming from the nation’s opioid crisis, even though Connecticut and some other states have rejected it.
Forewarned is forearmed. New viewer developed by the state has some important news about the future effects of sea level rise.
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