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CT-N Showing Reruns As State Determines Future PlansThe office overseeing Connecticut's State Capitol complex is airing a loop of old programming until it figures out how to run the state's cable TV and online public affairs network for near future.
State Office Still Hopes To Run CT-NGovernor Malloy has offered to find $400,000 in additional state funding from executive branch agencies to help save the network , keeping it independent.
Lawmakers Seek To Limit Scope Of Public Affairs NetworkThe Connecticut General Assembly is seeking to reduce the scope of the cable TV and online public affairs network that covers the legislature and other parts of state government.

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