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Earlier this month , State Comptroller Kevin Lembo predicted the state would end the year with a $33.2 million surplus, but thanks to additional federal money Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's revised revenues upward by $63 million over last month's forecast.
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U.S. Rep. Jim Himes holds a press conference in the foreground of the Yankee Doodle Bridge in Norwalk, Conn.
11 hrs ago | Hemmings Auto Blogs
Passing my late-1980s teenage years in Connecticut, grabbing some parts in the junkyards I visited, apparently made me a scofflaw.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie traveled to Connecticut to campaign with Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, but the issue of gun control dominated the evening.
He's the head of the Republican Governors Association and a potential 2016 presidential nominee.
At the Netroots Nation, in Detroit, Connecticut Democrat and U.S. Senator Chris Murphy said ObamaCare "is being implemented incredibly well."
Police say they received a call around 2:40 a.m. of an injured man at Grandview Park.
As it currently stands, large numbers of individuals in the U.S. appear headed toward retirement without the resources they'll need to get through it.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's critics, and even some of his fans, have blasted his administration for its seemingly hypocritical response to a request from the Obama administration to use the Southbury Training School to house up to 2,000 children from Central America.
Prudence Crandall was an enterprising teacher who in 1831 founded a private girls' school in Canterbury, Conn.
When parents help teenagers shop for a used car, they should focus heavily on safety, worry less about style and avoid the lure of high horsepower, Connecticut's top motor vehicles official says.
Drivers in Connecticut spend more than $660 each year on vehicle costs and repairs, made all the more expensive by the fact that 41 percent of roads are in bad shape, according to a White House report released this month.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is meeting with members of Connecticut's Ukrainian community to discuss this week's downing of a Malaysian jetliner, shot down over Ukraine.
HARTFORD Retouching images to make them look sinister and taking quotes out of context to hammer home an attack have long been staples of negative political ads.
When Connecticut's medical marijuana dispensaries finally open their doors, likely sometime this summer or fall, they'll each have a licensed pharmacist on hand to help oversee the distribution of cannabis medicine to qualified patients.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:04 pm
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