Category: State

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Rep. Gail LaVielle: A Note on Loose Ends: Remnants of the 2015 Legislative Session

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Sen. Boucher: You Had Enough? Tell Gov. Malloy to Stop Tax Hikes

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Rep. Dan Carter: Keeping the Public Informed on Cell Towers

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Legislative Town Hall Meeting at the Bethel Public Library, June 24

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Trickle Down Effect of Big Businesses Leaving State Would be Devastating

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For Artists, Arts Programs, Educators: Cultural Alliance of Western CT Hosts Regional Small Grant Info Session, June 11

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Senator Boucher: Highest Retroactive Tax Increase in History is followed by the Second Highest Tax Increase

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Rep. Harding Applauds Bills that Protect Students and Young Adults

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Senator Boucher: President Giulietti Working to Put Metro-North Back on Track

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Senators McLachlan and Boucher: Raise Your Voices Against Tax Hikes

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Bethel Fire Dept. ‘Old Forgotten’ 200-Year-Old Hand-Pumped Fire Engine Proudly Displayed in 2015 Bethel Memorial Day Parade

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PHOTOS: Bethel Memorial Day Parade Was Spectacular!

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Saturday’s Protest Rally Gains Much Support to Oppose the Proposed Crematorium in Bethel’s Clarke Business Park

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PHOTOS: Bethel’s Proposed Crematorium is Already Causing Many Businesses to Leave Clarke Business Park

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Boucher: ‘Voices Matter, Public Input Cannot Be Ignored.’ Getting Our State Budget Under Control

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Attend the CREMATORIUM PROTEST RALLY Saturday, May 9, and Also Attend the CREMATORIUM PUBLIC HEARING Tuesday, May 12

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Sen. Boucher: ‘We Must Work Together to Find A Different Way’

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Is the Bethel Proposed Crematorium Applicant McLoughlin Following Procedure Properly? A Recap of What Transpired at the Last Crematorium Public Hearing

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Senator McLachlan Touts Alternative Budget to Help Vets, Hospitals, Needy Residents

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Murphy, Activists Celebrate Victory for Connecticut’s Elderly, Youth and Medical Communities

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Today Republican Legislators Outlined ‘Blueprint for Prosperity’ Spending Plan

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Nighttime Milling and Resurfacing, I-84 Eastbound and Westbound in Danbury, April to July

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Durbin, Murphy, Cartwright Introduce Legislation to Meet Demand for High-Quality Prosthetic Care for Veterans

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Recovery Concerns Persist Amid Moderate Job Growth in Connecticut

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Gov. Malloy: Connecticut Receives $700K to Combat Veteran Homelessness

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Rep. Carter: Earth Day is April 22, Celebrate State Forests & Parks

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Senate Democrats Poised to Pass Student-Friendly Legislation, Aiding Victims of Sexual Assault and Helping Student Veterans on UConn Storrs College Campus; ‘SAFE Nurses’ and ‘OASIS’

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Blumenthal, Murphy, Esty Announce Bill in Honor of Sandy Hook’s Jesse Lewis to Provide Social and Emotional Learning Skills to Teachers

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Taxes are Due This Wednesday; 2015 Deadlines for Filing 2014 Tax Returns

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Hillary Clinton’s Announcement of Her 2016 Presidential Run is Via a Video and Tweet That Includes a Theme Focusing on the Middle Class