Kicking addiction can be expensive and patients often relapse. A new company offers clients a different route to getting clean — without leaving home.
With projected state tax revenues headed down the rabbit hole, Connecticut’s money troubles are really starting to fray some nerves.
Before he took office, then-President-elect Donald Trump said he had signed paperwork “turning over complete and total control” of his business empire to his sons; and his lawyer said the more than 400 businesses would be placed in a trust by Inauguration Day. Now, more than 100 days later, he’s nearly fulfilled this promise.