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Even before final passage, the massive federal infrastructure spending package is yielding political benefits for Gov. Ned Lamont.
In 1998, Connecticut lawmakers created a policy to allow residents to buy power from businesses in competition with their local electric companies. But if the rationale for this was to save folks money, then this policy has failed.
Thanks, Eversource, for the huge donation of food to Connecticut following Hurricane Henri.
The main goal for homeowners going solar is clear: saving money on electric bills. But solar can come with complications.
A major healthcare workers' union plans to strike Oct. 5 against two group home operators for the developmentally disabled.
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The Arab World’s only democracy is in peril. Connecticut's U.S. senators should speak up.
Contrary to the claims of anti-vaccine protestors, vaccine mandates do not violate your Constitutional rights.
Coverage of a protest against Gov. Lamont by anti-maskers that essentially consisted of a one-sided disparaging of them.
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