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It's unclear how permissive the Land of Steady Habits is willing to be in gambling’s new digital age. The secondary question is how much of the action will be handled by Connecticut's tribal casinos.
Would a Killingly energy plant powered with fracked natural gas have been approved if the Connecticut Siting Council hadn't had three vacant seats last June? I doubt it, but it was, and something needs to be done.
The time has come for serious leadership and direction that works for WE THE PEOPLE OF CT. The time has come to put politics aside and fix a real problem to finally get our state on the right path forward. We all know what the problem is. We can debate who causes the problem and why – politics is the real issue here and both sides of the aisle are to blame, but real harm has been done and continues to be done to our state. It is time to care more about fixing the problem than about politics.
'Right to Housing' is a popular concept in Europe, but it's yet to gain traction in the U.S.
Gov. Ned Lamont and the General Assembly took two significant steps closer to ordering electronic tolls on large trucks that travel Connecticut’s highways.
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