With fiscal storm clouds looming over Connecticut, the state agency responsible for the care of 4,000 abused and neglected children on any given day probably will be shielded from further budget cuts and has been shown a new path to ending more than two decades of oversight by the federal courts.
Supreme Court Justice Richard N. Palmer dismissed an unusual last-ditch appeal Thursday by John R. Price to get on the ballot as the U.S. Senate nominee of the faction-riven Independent Party of Connecticut, sparing state officials a scramble to redo ballots and election software.
WASHINGTON — Connecticut is reviewing its relationship with Wells Fargo after the bank admitted opening potentially millions of bogus accounts to collect fees from unwitting customers.The state is among the first to take action in response to the scandal.
The average margin of Connecticut hospitals dropped during the 2015 fiscal year, and fewer hospitals turned a profit. Even so, the majority of hospitals in the state remained profitable, and the cost of uncompensated care fell by 15.6 percent.
I would like to know how U.S. Rep. Jim HImes will vote on TPP prior to the election. With that information I will be able to make an informed decision on election day. It is better representative democracy that he informs his constituents before the election so they will not be kept in the dark.