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"There will be a short fundraiser over the weekend in New Haven to raise (money) for the DCCC," said Sarah Locke, Rep. Rosa DeLauro's campaign manager.
Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano, R-North Haven, volleyed back Friday at Gov. Ned Lamont's offer of temporary relief to nine nursing homes.
Marilyn Moore puzzled Democrats by demanding Gov. Ned Lamont investigate her suspicions of absentee ballot fraud in the mayoral primary she lost Tuesday to Bridgeport Mayor Joseph P. Ganim.
The loser of a close mayoral primary in Bridgeport, Marilyn Moore explored Wednesday whether a case can be made for overturning the results, obtaining a line on the November ballot or continuing as a write-in candidate.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said the new rule “has instilled fear and chaos in Connecticut's immigrant communities.”
How can Connecticut promote economic development, do more to keep its college graduates from leaving and generally improve our quality of life, all at the same time? We could begin by reforming state and municipal land-use laws to encourage increased development of “missing middle" housing, which has become scarcer in Connecticut as demand increases.
For the University of New Haven trustees, faculty, staff, students, alumni and other stakeholders a careful feasibility study will provide context for the discussion of moving to NCAA Division I athletics. Going to Division I can be controversial, as a successful and ethically managed Department of Athletics can have a positive impact on the university and its alumni, but a successful athletic program is no substitute for academic quality.
Currently, insurance companies and middlemen get big discounts on medicines through Medicare, but they don’t always pass those savings along to senior citizens who are receiving these prescriptions. Requiring those savings to be shared at the pharmacy counter would offer meaningful savings for patients.
Anthony Scasino is an ambassador, not for a foreign country, but for Metro-North. One of six Customer Service Ambassadors who work at the railroad’s busiest stations, he doesn’t have a consulate or embassy, just the Stamford Railroad station as his headquarters.
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