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Connecticut's job growth, according to one key metric, has slowed to its lowest level since the last recession ended.
“If one child in need is without health care, that is one child too many,” said Rep. Cathy Abercrombie, D-Meriden.
The Commission on Compensation for Elected State Officers voted Thursday to retain the salary structure in place since 2001.
A terse notice posted by the Department of Interior on its web site at 11:15 a.m. gives no rationale for the reversal, saying only that after "further consultations with the Tribe," the East Windsor gambling amendment is approved.
While that jobless rate remains CT's lowest in 17 years, it also comes just two weeks after labor officials revised job growth numbers sharply downward for 2018.