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Governor Dannel Malloy (Courtesy CT-N)

Malloy Highlighting His New College Savings Plan

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is drawing attention to a new law he pushed that creates a financial incentive for Connecticut families who want to save for college tuition.


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Connecticut’s Uninsured Rate Cut In Half

(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Access Health CT says the state rate of those without medical insured has fallen by 50-percent. The state’s health care exchange is reporting that based on figures from the Kaiser Family […]


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Blumenthal To Announce Grant For Lyme Testing

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is set to announce a $600,000 federal grant to improve testing for Lyme disease.


Joe Visconti (http://www.viscontiforgovernor.com) and Jonathan Pelto (Matt Dwyer/WTIC photos)

Visconti And Pelto Race Against The Clock

Two candidates hoping to petition their way on to the November gubernatorial ballot are busy collecting signatures as the deadline approaches.


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Federal Grants Fair Planned for Connecticut Groups

Connecticut’s congressional delegation is hosting a fair to help municipalities, nonprofit organizations and state agencies obtain federal grants.


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A Podcast On Connecticut’s Water Safety

Could Connecticut experience the kind of drinking water emergency which turned off the taps for nearly half a million Ohio residents this weekend?


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New Natural Gas Pipeline In Wilton

Yankee Gas today broke ground a new natural gas pipeline that will expand the availability of natural gas in the town of Wilton.


Governor John Rowland, 2004 (Bob Falcetti/Getty Images)

Rowland Jury Selection Begins This Week

Jury selection is starting for the trial of former Gov. John G. Rowland on federal charges that he tried to create secret consultant roles with two congressional campaigns.


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DCF Investigates Fatalities Involving Children Birth To 3

A report by the child advocate’s office in Connecticut says 10 children up to age 3 were victims of reported homicides last year, and half of them lived in families involved with the state Department of Children and Families.



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