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Experts say the pandemic gives Connecticut an opportunity to make big advances in clean energy -- and reap the profits.
The spike in COVID infections elsewhere is expected to complicate testing in Connecticut.
More than $2 billion in planned projects might have to be suspended to keep state borrowing under a tight cap.
As summer sets in and the economy reopens, tailpipe emissions are also rising creating ideal conditions for dangerous ground-level ozone.
As protests against racism have swept the nation, a federal agency created to bridge racial divides has been largely absent.
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