I have one question, when is enough, enough? I am a lifelong Cheshire resident writing in opposition to the recent rejoining of TCI (Transportation and Climate Initiative) and the gas price hike that will result.
May peace, safety, order, and civility be restored in our beloved country. This Ahmadi Muslim American is heartbroken to witness the shameless sedition and condemnable insurrection displayed at my country’s Capitol by enabled domestic terrorists. We desperately need to unite in the name of absolute justice against all forms of disorder, corruption, and senselessness before civil war erupts…
The governor is mistaken if he thinks a small increase in taxes will prompt any significant flight from the state. Research shows that a few of our wealthiest citizens will be prompted to leave. But most, by far, will chose to remain.
The Connecticut Mirror is conducting ongoing conversations with members of various communities about topics of interest to them, their families and the public. We recently asked a Waterbury group “How important do you think exciting, vibrant, livable cities are to keeping young people in Connecticut and attracting jobs to Connecticut? Why do you say that?”
The Connecticut Mirror is conducting ongoing conversations with members of various communities about topics of interest to them, their families and the public. We recently asked the Bridgeport group to complete this sentence: “Revitalizing Connecticut’s major cities is a good investment of my state tax burden if…”
He’s a young state senator with an interest in Metro-North, but it’s a misplaced interest if all he wants is free Wi-Fi on all the trains.
Gov. Ned Lamont wants ideas – here is an idea! While Lamont’s proposed cost-of-living reductions are a very small step in the right direction, we need much more. As the state legislature considers Medicare for all, it’s time it considered Medicare for all retired state employees and teachers.