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Unions representing prison workers warn that the corrections system as a whole is short about 400 officers.
Sen. Martin Looney said the Transportation Climate Initiative will not be on the agenda during a special session this fall.
A new report says Connecticut is short more than 86,000 rental units for residents in the 0%-30% area median income.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona has waded into the roiling debate: whether schools should require students and staff to wear masks.
A court battle over a landlord’s alleged theft offers a glimpse into how internationally backed real estate deals take shape.
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