Governor Announces $31.5 Million In Cuts Governor Malloy has announced $31.5 million in spending cuts to help close a budget shortfall. Bill Would “Pit” Dog Owners Against Insurers A state lawmaker is introducing legislation that would bar insurance companies from inquiring about or discriminating against a ``bully breed'' dog when issuing a homeowners' insurance policy in Connecticut.
Envelope “Flap” At The Capitol State Deficit On The Rise Call To Regulate Outside Money In Connecticut Elections Malloy Takes National Stage As Rare Democratic Winner Former Candidate Seeks Sentencing Delay CBIA Out With Policy Goals Inquiry Details Errors By Hartford’s Registrars Bronin Announces For Hartford Mayor
Northeast Residents Preparing For ‘Crippling’ Blizzard That Could Dump Up To 2 Feet Of Snow Over 250-Mile Stretch Northeast residents are girding for a "crippling and potentially historic" storm that could bury communities from northern New Jersey to southern Maine in up to 2 feet of snow. State Adds Jobs In December WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut employers added 4,800 jobs in December, helping push down the unemployment rate a notch, to 6.4 percent. The Department of Labor says Connecticut's employment increased by 26,700 jobs since December 2013, to...
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