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A new television and online advertising campaign is making a pitch for electronic tolling to refinance a critical rebuild of Connecticut’s highways, bridges and rail lines.
Gov. Ned Lamont used his first cabinet meeting to introduce a new chief performance officer and a heavily hyphenated vision to transform government into a cross-agency, data-driven, user-friendly, cost-effective and outcome-obsessed model of stream-lined efficiency and private-sector discipline.
The amended lawsuit says Purdue and the Sacklers told doctors addiction was "not caused by drugs," but instead was the result of "susceptible individuals."
Tax receipts tied to capital gains and dividends are running $84 million below projections, while those from paycheck withholdings are about $100 million ahead.
One plan for funding Connecticut's transportation infrastructure relies on tolls. The other doesn't. But which is best?