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On Feb. 5, the Bridgeport Board of Education held a Special Meeting to discuss, and possibly act on a series of Community Conversations related to Bridgeport Public Schoolsâ€™ projected 2019-2020 budgetary shortfall, currently anticipated to be in the order of magnitude of $21 million.Â In the end, a vote was taken to cancel the remaining […]
Nurse practitioners are part of the solution to the primary care shortage in Connecticut and across the nation, working within, and leading healthcare teams to keep Americans healthy.
Connecticut is preparing to go big on offshore wind â€“ or maybe not-so-big. Recently, the Energy and Technology Committee agreed to hear testimony on a bill that would require Connecticut to procure at least 2,000 megawatts of offshore wind energy by 2030. At a Chamber of Commerce breakfast in New London this week, a room full of regional business leaders applauded when State Sen. Paul Formica, the committeeâ€™s ranking Republican, announced the move.
The state legislature in Hartford has begun a new session with yet more gun control legislation at the top of their "to-do" list. Never mind that Connecticut is near the top of the list with 89 gun-related laws already on the books. Every time something bad happens, the knee-jerk reaction from certain legislators is to pass yet one more law so that "this will never happen again." This is a totally unrealistic approach to anything, as a perfect world filled with rainbows, lollipops and unicorns cannot be achieved through legislation.
Itâ€™s been more than two years since President Donald Trump, who rallied campaign supporters with calls to â€śdrain the swampâ€ť of lobbyists and their ilk, took office. But despite that campaign promise, Washington influence peddlers continue to move into and out of jobs in the federal government.
WASHINGTON -- Now the only CT lawmaker on the fence about the Green New Deal is Rep. Jim Himes, D-4th District.
WASHINGTON - The president's plan is being called an "illegal power grab" by the state's delegation in Washington.
The investment firm founded by the chairman of Donald Trumpâ€™s inaugural committee planned to profit off its connections to the incoming administration, according to a confidential memo.
The meteoric political careers of CT natives Roger Stone and Paul Manafort are crashing and burning because of one man -- Donald Trump.