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It’s time for a state board of finance

R. Michael Goman |

For most people, reducing government spending is a dull topic.

CT Republicans push further into irrelevancy

Greg Bordonaro |

The Grand Old Party in Connecticut is once again the Grand Out of Power Party.

CT laying groundwork for next green wave: Hydrogen cars

Matt Pilon |

Just as hundreds of public electric-vehicle charging stations have cropped up in Connecticut in recent years, helping put thousands of clean cars on the road, the stage is gradually being set for a...

MetroHartford Alliance's new direction focuses on economic development, revival of Hartford Chamber

Matt Pilon |

As part of a new strategic plan, the MetroHartford Alliance is ramping up its economic-development role and reviving the Hartford Chamber brand.

Study: Greater Hartford healthcare prices on par with national average

Matt Pilon |

The Northeast is known as a high-cost healthcare region, so it may surprise some to learn that Hartford metro area healthcare prices are exactly on par with the national average.

DOT unveils transit rewards program

Sean Teehan |

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) Friday announced a new program that offers discounts and deals for rail riders at a variety of businesses in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts.

CBIA taps 14 new board members

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's largest business lobby on Friday named 14 new members to its board of directors, including several from Hartford.

Aresimowicz, Ritter re-elected to House leadership posts

Joe Cooper |

Democratic lawmakers on Thursday unanimously re-elected House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz (D-Berlin) and House Majority Leader Matt Ritter (D-Hartford) to lead the state House of Representatives.

CT adds new condition for medical pot program

Joe Cooper |

The legislature's Regulations Review Committee has greelit another condition for Connecticut's medical marijuana program, according to the state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).

DOL: CT’s 2017 economic performance improved but trailed nation

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's economic performance scored its best national ranking in nearly a decade in 2017, even though it still ranked in the bottom half of the country, according to an analysis by the state...

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