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The governor who shut down the restaurant industry 21 months ago was its guest. Not everyone approved.
Connecticut’s latest tax amnesty program has collected $12.5 million since its launch on Nov. 1, officials said Monday.
Gov. Ned Lamont expects to appoint a new state comptroller soon — one that won't run for election in 2022.
Treneé McGee is testing the notion that Democrats can accommodate a candidate at odds with the party on abortion.
The man, who is in his 60s, may have caught COVID from a relative who attended a convention in NYC.
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