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Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton looks over at his campaign manager, Heath Fahle, during an interview with him and his campaign team at his campaign office in Danbury, Conn, on Monday, March 31, 2014.
That's a question for the governor, the General Assembly, and the array of state agencies - far too many, God knows - that have jurisdiction over addiction services here.
The news broke on April Fools' Day, making Virginians feel we were the victims of a bad joke: Dominion Power announced it had bought six California solar projects, for a total capacity of 139 megawatts .
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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy issued a letter Friday afternoon to MTA President Joseph Giulietti that included some tough talk about expectations for its May schedule changes.
We published a guest post on Monday from ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio about a crisis in Connecticut social services and imprisonment.
Debbie Diaz was in tears in a New Haven courthouse when she learned she was being evicted because the apartment she rented was being foreclosed on by the bank.
There is no ambiguity in Connecticut's constitutional right to armed self-defense.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is embarrassed after accidentally sending out a false tweet about a local ferry sinking.
In an optimistic turn of events, the state House of Representatives unanimously voted to pass new legislation that will offer further support and prevention for sexual assault victims on Connecticut college and university campuses.
Members of Connecticut's House of Representatives want to make it clear they don't believe horses are inherently vicious, a response to a recent state court ruling.
Access Health CT reported that 78,713 people signed up with private insurance carriers as of April 13. The rest enrolled in government-funded Medicaid.
Minority Republican state legislators today pitched an alternative budget that weeded hundreds of millions of dollars out of gimmicks from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan and canceled the governor's controversial rebate.
In a Thursday morning vote outside the House chamber, the Judiciary Committee approved legislation to give adult adoptees access to their birth certificates.
A 16-year-old transgender girl who was sent to an adult prison last week, depite not being charged with a crime, has issued a statement in the form of a court filing.
A bill requiring foods produced with genetic engineering be labeled in Vermont has passed by 28 votes to two in the State Senate.