State Senate Votes To Ban Variable-Rate Electric Contracts The Connecticut Senate has voted to ban variable-rate electric contracts for residential customers after some complained rates skyrocketed after low introductory costs. Undocumented Students May Get Tuition Help The Connecticut Senate voted Tuesday 24 to 12 in favor of allowing students brought to the U.S. illegally as children to get help with the cost of college tuition.
Governor’s Second Chance Comments Enrage Republicans Educators, Students Seek Reduced Standardized Testing Hundreds Rally For Charter School Funding Train Control Systems Coming to Metro North and LIRR Former Mayor Ganim Announces He’ll Run Again Warren To Headline CT Democratic Fundraiser Plan To Raise Taxes Approved By Finance Committee NYC Mayor’s Son To Attend Yale
Orange Man To Enter Insanity Plea In Mother’s Murder The lawyer for an Orange man accused of fatally beating his mother last year has indicated he intends to pursue an insanity defense. New President For WCSU Western Connecticut State University has a new president.
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