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The bill seeks to lower the cost of prescription drugs in Connecticut, a frustration for seniors, the uninsured, and people on high-deductible plans.
The state medical society, long opposed to the aid-in-dying measure, recently adopted a position of “engaged neutrality.”
Connecticut lawmakers want to make sure it's clear that federal funds can't be used to arm teachers.
Top lawmakers outlined a marijuana legalization blueprint Thursday that includes erasure of certain criminal records, a tax of roughly 20 percent, and “equity” incentives for communities where large numbers of pot-related arrests have occurred.
Lawyers for families in the Sandy Hook tragedy hope a Connecticut Supreme Court decision opens the firearm industry to unprecedented scrutiny of how it came to make the AR-15 the most popular rifle in the U.S.