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As if it were possible, relations between President Donald Trump and Democrats worsened last week when Trump angrily announced he would no longer work with them on infrastructure improvements or other projects until they drop their multiple investigations of his conduct. At the State Capitol, there is little rancor and even some bipartisan agreement.
The state’s largest health care workers’ union has again called off a threat to strike, following a pledge by governor to increase rates for nursing homes.
A Connecticut Mirror investigation has been awarded the prestigious Theodore A. Driscoll Investigative Award by the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.
Dr. Deidre Gifford, a physician and top federal Medicaid official, is the governor's choice to oversee social services in Connecticut.
The state Senate voted 23-13 Thursday night to pass and send to the House of Representatives a bill requiring greater scrutiny of jailhouse witnesses.
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