Vermont Rep. Says He’s Disappointed By Netanyahu Speech Vermont's member of the U.S. House of Representatives says he was disappointed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress in which he said an emerging nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran would be a bad deal. Tesla Wheels And Deals At Capitol Electric-car maker Tesla Motors on Tuesday offered to make some compromises to help state lawmakers pass legislation this year allowing direct sales to Connecticut consumers.
Malloy Doubts Legislature Would Hike Taxes Budget Chief: “No Clear And Easy Path” New Connecticut Veterans Chief Named Toll Opponents Go Before Legislative Committee Previously Defeated Candidates Win Senate, House Seats Connecticut Taxpayer Refunds Delayed By Fraud Verification Governor’s Budget Likely To Undero Changes At Legislature Malloy Offers Budget “Filled With Tough Choices”
Windsor Locks Residents Debate Koistinen Payout At a public meeting Thursday night at town hall, Windsor Locks residents debated whether to pay $460,000 to a town police sergeant, to get him to stop trying to return to the force. Actor Harrison Ford Reportedly Critical After Plane Crash Actor Harrison Ford is identified as the pilot of a small plane which crash-landed on a golf course near the Santa Monica, California, Municipal Airport Thursday afternoon
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