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Bill would increase legal-aid funding

The legislature is considering a bill introduced by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that would bolster legal aid for low-income residents.

Manufacturing tradeshow works in STEM component

When hundreds of manufacturers converge on Hartford for a trade show May 6-8, area students will also have a chance to learn more about the latest technologies.

Access Health enrollment concludes at 208K+

The state's health insurance exchange said it ended its inaugural enrollment period with 208,301 residents registered for coverage.

Spanx’s CT debut is May 1 in Westfarms

Shapewear retailer Spanx is opening its first Connecticut store in Westfarms Mall, in Farmington-West Hartford, on May 1, authorities say.

Regulators tighten electricity-supplier rules

Third-party electricity suppliers will have to fully disclose to customers their contract terms, conditions and rates, under an interim decision filed Thursday by the Public Utilities Regulatory...

CT GOP presents budget

Connecticut’s Republican lawmakers presented on Thursday their version of the state’s budget, which has little chance of being passed.

Alexion taps former EMC exec for board seat

Cheshire drug maker Alexion Pharmaceuticals said it has appointed John “Jack” T. Mollen to its board of directors.

CT provides $6.5M aid package to Danbury relocation firm

A 60-year-old Danbury company that specializes in global relocations has decided not to relocate itself, now that the state has awarded it a loan-grant package worth $6.5 million, Gov. Dannel P.

Unemployment flat as CT adds 4.9K March jobs

Connecticut netted 4,900 new nonfarm jobs in March, while the unemployment rate stayed at 7 percent for the second month in a row, the state’s Department of Labor said.

March sales of Hfd. area dwellings slumps

House and condominium sales in the Hartford area both fell in March, brokers say.

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