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Interest groups tangle over fracking waste ban ordinances

Matt Pilon |

There's a race to establish rules for how cities and towns store and process waste from hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” and several interest groups have taken the lead ahead of state...

Analyst: Griebel's unaffiliated run could sway Nov. election

Matt Pilon| Greg Bordonaro |

Oz Griebel, the unaffiliated candidate running for governor, could tip the outcome of November's gubernatorial election in favor of Democrat Ned Lamont, according to one political analyst.

CT to launch health data exchange next year

Joe Cooper |

After several failed attempts, Connecticut will establish its first statewide network for sharing patients' health data between hospitals and doctors with help from a $12.2 million federal grant, the...

Survey: Biz want next gov. to slash spending, reform state employee retirement benefits

Matt Pilon |

Ahead of “what is arguably one of the most critical election campaigns in the state’s history,” the Connecticut Business & Industry Association released a survey finding that...

Wall Street warns new federal tax rules could boost CT’s borrowing costs

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

The new federal cap on income tax deductions could translate into higher interest costs for Connecticut and other wealthy states when they borrow for school construction and other capital projects, a...

UHart to launch bachelor's degree program in nursing

Joe Cooper |

The University of Hartford announced Tuesday it will launch a nursing bachelor’s degree program next year as demand for those healthcare professionals grows.

Software developer sues CT judicial branch for stealing code

Joe Cooper |

A software developer that created an informational database for the Connecticut Judicial Branch is suing the state for stealing its code, using its trade secrets and violating its licensing agreement.

DOL: CT's 10-yr jobs outlook behind U.S. average

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's workforce is expected to increase at a slower pace compared to the rest of the nation between 2016 to 2026, a new report says.

CT ramps up efforts to collect online sales tax revenues

Sean Teehan |

The state is ramping up efforts to collect online sales tax revenues.

Construction sector embraces apprentices

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut, like many other states, is experiencing a shortage of carpenters, brick masons, steelworkers, electricians, heating, air conditioning and ventilation installers, and other...

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