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Gov. Ned Lamont broke with tradition Thursday by going out of state to find a nominee for the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority: Marissa Paslick Gillett.
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to talk tolls, not Trump.
Controversial plans to merge the state's 12 community colleges moved ahead with the hiring of three new regional presidents .
Despite early enthusiasm, lawmakers now say a bill extending state-sponsored health coverage to about 18,000 undocumented children is unlikely to succeed this year.
The report details the role of former campaign manager and Connecticut native Paul Manafort and others in encouraging Russian help.