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Local Education Leader Honored with National Adoption Award Send
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Monday, October 28, 2013

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Treasurer Nappier Launches CHET Advance Scholarship Send
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Thursday, September 19, 2013
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Impact of CT Economy on Nonprofits to be Focus of Innovative Workshop Send
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Friday, September 06, 2013

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Gov. Malloy Showcases Nathan Hale Homestead as Tourism Draw Send
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Thursday, August 29, 2013
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STATE TREASURER NAPPIER ANNOUNCES CHET DREAM BIG! COMPETITION Send
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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Leaders revise business property tax-cut measure - Ct Post
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Tuesday, 27 November 2012
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Leaders from the governor's office and the Legislature on Tuesday introduced a new plan to eliminate the taxes businesses pay on computers and equipment used in the manufacturing process, but it would require voter approval.

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Utilities pledge to ramp up field crews to restore power
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October 31, 2012

Connecticut's two major electric utilities pledged to significantly expand field crews as they begin shifting their primary

 
Malloy waives fares on limited Metro-North access to NYC
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October 31, 2012

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority had some good news for Stamford-New York commuters on Wednesday: Metro-North will resume service between Stamford and Manhattan on the

 
Utilities estimate most outages restored by Monday or Tuesday
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November 1, 2012

The state’s two major electric utilities set deadlines of Monday and Tuesday next week for restoring the bulk of their 358,000 customers still without power since Hurricane Sandy subsided.

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A Lieberman 'shout out' for Obama's FEMA
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November 1, 2012

Bridgeport -- Standing with President Obama's secretary of homeland security Thursday after touring storm damage, U.S. Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman offered unqualified praise for the administration of the

 
One way or another, CL&P promises power at polls
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November 1, 2012

Connecticut Light & Power, the state's largest electric utility, promised Thursday night it will provide power to every

 
A post-Sandy odyssey, or, getting from New Haven to New York City
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November 2, 2012

Tens of thousands of Connecticut commuters breathed collective sighs of relief late Wednesday when Gov. Dannel Malloy announced they could take the train all the way from New Haven to New York and back

 
Malloy predicts every county but Hartford to get disaster declaration
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November 3, 2012

Norwalk -- Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Saturday he thinks the Obama administration will declare most of Connecticut, with the exception of Hartford County, a major disaster area, opening the door to a

 
Merrill hopes surging voter interest wasn't weakened by Hurricane Sandy
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November 5, 2012

With 100,000 new voters registered in the past six weeks and power restored to all polling places, Connecticut's chief elections official said she hopes other aftereffects of Hurricane Sandy won't keep

 
Many of Sandy’s flood victims lack insurance coverage
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November 7, 2012

South Norwalk -- After the initial anguish subsides over the destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy, many storm victims will face another shock: Their homeowner's policies may not cover the damage to their

 
Voter turnout through late afternoon runs close to 2008 levels
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November 6, 2012

With long voter lines reported in many communities, voter turnout could match the 78 percent

 
Democrats retain advantages in state House and Senate
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November 6, 2012

Democrats played defense on Election Day, retaining their advantages in both chambers of the General Assembly and

 
State House race in Newtown is the lone recount from Tuesday's vote
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November 7, 2012

While the partisan makeup of the state House of Representatives appeared unchanged after Tuesday's election, the precise split won't be known for certain until a recount is conducted in the state's

 
Panel considers changes in sentences for those who committed crimes as juveniles
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November 12, 2012

It's been nearly two decades since Helen McCown's teenage son was taken from her.

The 17-year-old was sentenced to 65 years in prison, without chance of parole, for his involvement in a murder

 
Malloy budget chief concedes emergency deficit reduction plan is 'likely'
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November 13, 2012

One day after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy called it "premature" to talk about state budget deficits, his budget chief told

 
Swiss bank UBS reluctant to reveal job cuts in Stamford
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October 31, 2012

The Swiss bank UBS, which employs thousands of workers in Connecticut, will cut 10,000 jobs globally over the next three years. But the company is disputing a report that 3,000 of those jobs will be lost in the state.

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Revenues plunge, deficit widens, forcing Malloy to close gap
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November 9, 2012

A dramatic plunge Friday in the state's anticipated revenue this year will force Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to craft an emergency plan to cover a deficit potentially approaching $300 million. It is a financial chasm that threatens his pledge to avoid a tax increase in the next state budget.

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Power restored overnight to 320,000 customers
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October 31, 2012

With its high-voltage transmission lines repaired, Connecticut Light & Power restored power to 320,000 customers overnight, leaving less than 30 percent of its system without electricity Wednesday

 
Merrill upbeat, but 100 polling places remain without power
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October 31, 2012

Secretary of the State Denise W. Merrill was optimistic Wednesday about the prospect of an orderly Election Day next Tuesday, though she warned that her office continues to monitor nearly 100 polling

 
Malloy: Connecticut Will Be New Home To An Insurance Company 'Very Soon' - Hartford Courant
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Saturday, 10 November 2012
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Malloy: Connecticut Will Be New Home To An Insurance Company 'Very Soon'
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Connecticut had 50,242 people directly employed by insurance companies last year and a total of 61,583 people employed in the insurance industry when you add in full-time workers at agencies, brokerages and other related insurance
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Former regents chief returns $25K to the state
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October 22, 2012

The former president of Connecticut's merged public college system has returned $25,000 to the state, restoring his

 
Sending children to live out-of-state: Whose decision is it?
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October 22, 2012

Unconvinced that Connecticut boys who have broken the law are being properly treated when they are sent to live at Glen Mills School in Pennsylvania for rehabilitation, officials at the state's

 
Malloy 'can't make any promises' about town aid in next budget
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October 23, 2012

Hartford -- Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned municipal leaders Tuesday that -- unlike two years ago -- "I can't make any promises" about the town aid level he will recommend in his next budget this

 
Dairymen: If milk prices skyrocket, Congress is to blame
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October 2, 2012

Washington -- The price of a gallon of milk could top $7 soon, and if that happens Congress would be to blame, the nation's milk producers say.

The reason the price of milk and other dairy products could

 
Big stakes loom behind quiet races for the General Assembly
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October 8, 2012

While U.S. Senate candidates Linda McMahon and Chris Murphy grab most of the headlines, there is more at stake in this year's state legislative races than Connecticut has seen in a decade.

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New energy strategy focuses on natural gas and efficiency
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October 5, 2012

Even before the Malloy administration's release Friday morning of the state's first Comprehensive Energy Strategy, concerns emerged among the environmental community and other organizations about a

 
U.S. Senate candidates clash on just about everything in first TV debate
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October 7, 2012

In their first of four debates, Connecticut's U.S. Senate candidates spent more time Sunday attacking each other than defining their respective positions.

U.S. Rep. Christopher Murphy and businesswoman

 
Double-digit raise goes to top higher ed official
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and Keith M. Phaneuf
October 8, 2012

A top administrator in Connecticut's merged public college system received a nearly $49,000 pay increase last week --

 
Higher education official forfeits $49K raise, senator wants all hikes canceled
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October 9, 2012

The second-highest ranking official in the state's merged public college system will forego a controversial $49,000

 
Higher education chief 'mistakenly' ordered 21 executive raises without board approval
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October 9, 2012

The state's merged public college system backpedaled Tuesday as its top executive announced that 21 raises he

 
Malloy promises review of higher education raises
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October 10, 2012

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was highly critical Wednesday of excessive and improperly authorized raises granted by Robert A. Kennedy, president of the Board of Regents for Higher Education, but he stopped

 
All executive raises in Board of Regents' system suspended
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October 10, 2012

The president of the state's merged public college system announced this afternoon that 21 administrative raises he

 
Auditors: Income verification spotty in Irene scandal
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October 11, 2012

A new analysis of the food stamps fraud scandal following last year's Tropical Storm Irene found state social services workers weren't instructed to ask applicants to verify income information.

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