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Woodbridge officials are weighing whether to allow multi-family housing after attorneys applied to convert a single-family home.
Once again, easing absentee ballot access is a wedge issue in Connecticut.
The proposal gives the Attorney General’s Office the power to seek a court order to stop faith-based institutions from handing out misleading information about abortions and other women’s services.
The bill passed nearly unanimously. The lone dissenting vote came from the lawmaker with the most prisons in his legislative district.
The number of CT high school grads in remedial courses at state colleges and universities dropped from 2010 to 2016.
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