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The budget implementer is a technical measure, but one lawmakers use to settle scores, send messages, and do favors.
The wooded traprock ridge that greets westbound motorists entering Canton is saved, for the moment.
The loophole allowed an out-of-state registered sex offender to be transferred to Connecticut with no notification to state officials.
Kurt Westby is retiring as state labor commissioner and will be succeeded by deputy, former state Sen. Danté Bartolomeo.
The Connecticut Senate voted 16-11 for final passage of a bill legalizing the production, sale and use of recreational cannabis.
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One day in May the CDC had decided that it was safe for fully vaccinated individuals to remove their masks in public. For many this was a joyous occasion. For some, however, this historic moment appears to come with much confusion, hesitation and fear.
Today the need, and where the country is truly divided, is by class. Those who live in improvised zip codes do not have equal opportunity or equal treatment. In 2021 the evidence points to the position that “Class is the new “Race.” That’s where our energies need to be spent in order to create real social change,
The summer travel season is starting with a vengeance. After a year of quarantining, we’re all anxious to get back on the road again. But where to go? And what can you expect when you get there? A recent mid-week mini-vacation to the Berkshires taught our family some important lessons.
Connecticut has taken the first step in rolling back the exclusionary zoning laws that have made our state segregated and unaffordable by seeing HB 6107 become law. Soon, residents will be freed from regulations like costly parking mandates and arbitrary caps on multifamily housing that make Connecticut segregated and push young people out.
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