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Shut out of budget talks, Malloy takes a stroll — to visit the press

MARK PAZNIOKAS AND KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

The languid pace of Connecticut's bipartisan legislative budget talks prompted Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to stretch his legs Thursday. Trailed by staff and security, Malloy strode from his 2nd-floor...

Millstone opponents: Wait for federal nuke rule changes

Matt Pilon |

Opponents of a proposal that could bring Millstone Power Station higher ratepayer revenues in Connecticut are hoping a newly initiated federal review will stall any potential state action on the...

Optimism gives way to restraint in bipartisan push for CT budget

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

One day after Democratic legislative leaders optimistically anticipated a bipartisan budget deal in the coming days, lawmakers took a more restrained tone Wednesday, but insisted talks are still...

Report: CT utilities' cyber defenses 'adequate'

Matt Pilon |

A confidential review of four utility companies' cybersecurity strategies has determined that all have adequate “operational defense systems.”

Teachers ask a judge to decide if Malloy can cut education aid

JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS | CT MIRROR |

Does Gov. Dannel P. Malloy have the authority to make deep cuts in state education spending to help balance Connecticut's finances since the legislature has been unable to adopt a budget he will sign?

CT launches end-of-life care program

John Stearns |

The state Department of Public Health (DPH) has implemented a statewide program that gives patients the ability to choose medical treatments for end-of-life care.

CT ObGyn group opposes ruling rolling back contraceptive coverage

John Stearns |

Women's Health Connecticut (WHC), an Avon-based practice of 250 ObGyn providers, said it has grave concerns about the Trump administration's move to roll back the birth control mandate created under...

CT alleges fraud on Waterbury health provider

Gregory Seay |

The state is suing a Waterbury mental-health services vendor for allegedly overbilling and using unlicensed practitioners to defraud the state's Medicaid program, authorities say.

Coltsville National Park establishes visitors center site

Patricia Daddona |

Coltsville National Historic Park in Hartford reached another milestone Wednesday with the establishment of a new visitors center site.

Another day of negotiations yields optimism, but no deal

KEITH M. PHANEUF AND MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

The state's long-running budget drama took a new twist Tuesday as some legislative leaders hinted they were closer than ever before to a bipartisan deal, absent any input from the Democratic...

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