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High Court Says Workers Not Injured In Blast Can't SueThe Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that more than 40 workers who weren't injured but lost their jobs in a deadly power plant explosion can't sue several contractors for hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost wages.
State High Won't Reconsider Death Penalty Ban
Court Expands Kids' Right To Sue When Parent Is Injured
Workers Not Injured In Power Plant Blast Seek Lost Wages
Two Major Rulings Yield Supreme Court Critisism
State Supreme Court Overturns Death PenaltyConnecticut's highest court on Thursday ordered the state's death row emptied out, ruling that the 2012 law abolishing capital punishment for any future crimes must be applied to the 11 men facing execution for offenses they committed before the measure took effect.
State High Court To Rule On Death Penalty
Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Firing Of DCF Worker
State Supreme Court Says Deportation Ruling Not Retroactive
Retired Justice Santaniello Dead At 90
State Supreme Court Taking Up Press Freedom Case
State High Court To Hear Priest Abuse Appeal
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