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Zoning officials in Woodbridge seem unlikely to allow developers to build multi-unit dwellings without permission.
Millions of items are sitting in warehouses, unsold.
The compromise is intended to appeal to both fiscal moderates and the party's liberal wing.
This past year, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced us all to social distance and move our lives online for the safety of ourselves and our communities, Connecticut’s students have quietly suffered.
It is from my leadings as a Quaker that I write to advocate for the abolition of solitary confinement in Connecticut prisons.
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Before the pandemic, Carlos liked playing soccer with his friends and building robots at school. His parents both worked, and provided him with a stable, loving home. Carlos was a healthy and thriving sixth grader. But when I met him, working as his pediatrician in the Intensive Care Unit, he was suffering from kidney failure secondary to complications of COVID-19.
Four out of five Connecticut voters support the direct sale of electric vehicles. It’s time to listen to them.
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