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Connecticut's AFL-CIO is about to get a millennial as president and a Black woman as executive vice president.
State officials challenged Connecticut’s poorest municipalities to think big as new funds are made available to revitalize their communities.
Connecticut’s juvenile justice system and car thefts were the hot political topics over the summer.
Connecticut’s fiscal safety net has few rivals, according to a new report from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Car thefts in CT increased by nearly 50% in some months after decades of declines. Critics say there’s something behind the recent spike.
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