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The workers said chronic staffing shortages and forced overtime have created a dangerous situation for both employees and patients.
Gov. Ned Lamont signed the new $$43.4 billion, two-year state budget into law Wednesday, hailing it as a plan that averts a big deficit without raising income tax rates.
The governor said he’d consider shifting more borrowing capacity away from non-transportation initiatives to support Connecticut’s highways, bridges and rail lines.
A federal judge ruled Sen. Richard Blumenthal and other Democrats could seek Trump's financial records this week.
Democrats say the cap on the deductibility of SALT taxes hurts middle-class Americans. The GOP says it only affects the rich.
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