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  • Malloy Calls For Tax Breaks, More Jobs, Support For Education

    Malloy Calls For Tax Breaks, More Jobs, Support For Education
    HARTFORD — Opening an election-year legislative session in which the state faces a projected budget surplus, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday called for modest tax relief and investments in education, jobs and social services that he said will help...
  • Waterbury Businessman Guilty In Congressional Campaign Scandal

    Waterbury Businessman Guilty In Congressional Campaign Scandal
    A Waterbury tobacco shop owner pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to charges that he and others conspired to bribe a state legislative leader in an effort to kill a new tobacco tax at the state Capitol. Paul Rogers, 40, one of eight business,...
  • Mission: Joe Lieberman Promises A Distinctive Presidential Campaign

    Joe Lieberman Monday came back to the place where his dreams were born and told old friends and supporters he plans to pursue the ultimate American dream, a run for president. His words and demeanor at Stamford High School reflected the trademark...
  • Senator Awakes To News He's Veep Selection The Democratic Ticket

    Joe Lieberman woke up early Monday after a fitful night to the sound of his name on the radio -- something about vice president. ``Did you hear that?'' he asked his wife. ``No,'' she said. Thus did Connecticut's junior U.S. senator learn of his...
  • Hartford Officials Support Red-Light Cameras

    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra and Democratic state Sen. John Fonfara of Hartford gave their public backing Thursday to the latest attempt to pass a bill legalizing red-light enforcement cameras in this city and a dozen other large Connecticut...
  • Many Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Never Get Served

    HARTFORD — An estimated 40 percent of the restraining orders issued by New Haven judges in domestic violence cases between 2010 and 2011 never got served, according to information provided to a state task force Wednesday. Bridgeport's record of...
  • Legislative Session Opening Day: Red Light Cameras

    The perennial bill to let Connecticut municipalities install red light enforcement cameras has failed every year, but 2012 may be different — because of a political effort led by state Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney, D-New Haven, with vocal...
  • DeLauro Proposes National Soda Tax

    DeLauro Proposes National Soda Tax
    U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro on Wednesday introduced legislation to impose a federal tax on soda and other sugary drinks, a proposal designed to curb obesity, diabetes, and the resulting health care costs. The bill proposes an excise tax based on sugar...
  • Foley Follows Career Twists And Turns Toward Governor's Office

     Foley Follows Career Twists And Turns Toward Governor's Office
    Tom Foley never thought he would simultaneously have one son in Harvard and two toddlers in diapers. His life has taken multiple twists and turns that he would not have predicted, including becoming a father again later in life. Those twists also...
  • GOP Unifies To Close 2010 Gap In Rematch With Malloy

    GOP Unifies To Close 2010 Gap In Rematch With Malloy
    TRUMBULL — Heading into a rematch of the 2010 governor's race, Republicans launched a unified campaign Wednesday to close the narrow margin by which Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy beat Greenwich businessman Tom Foley last time. The morning after...
  • Malloy Cutting More Than $11M In Arts Funding

    Malloy Cutting More Than $11M In Arts Funding
    Leaders in Connecticut's arts community were stunned Wednesday over Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan to cut more than $11 million in payments to local arts programs as of July 1. The proposed cuts have raised concern as more than 20 different programs have a...
  • Vendors' Involvement Stirs Questions At Red Light Advocates' Event

    HARTFORD — Public officials and citizen advocates held a state Capitol press conference Thursday in an attempt to build momentum toward passage of a red-light camera enforcement bill in Connecticut — saying they believe the perennial...