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CT lawmakers, Malloy administration wrangle over telemedicine

ANA RADELAT | CT Mirror |

Connecticut's congressional delegation is at odds with the Malloy administration over its failure to apply for an expansion of the HUSKY program that would give low-income residents access to new...

Recreational marijuana is now on sale in Massachusetts

CNN |

Recreational marijuana is now for sale on the East Coast.

Naugatuck’s Ion Bank plans Farmington branch

Gregory Seay |

Naugatuck's Ion Bank, one of Connecticut's smallest community banks, is eyeing a Farmington branch as a prelude to a broader market expansion into central Connecticut, bank officials say.

Millstone wins “at risk” status

Matt Pilon |

After a review of the Millstone Power Station's financials, Connecticut's energy regulator has deemed the nuclear plant to be at risk of retirement beginning in 2023.

CVS: $69B Aetna acquisition to close later than expected

Joe Cooper |

CVS Health on Tuesday told federal regulators its proposed $69 billion acquisition of Hartford health insurer Aetna is slated to close later than expected.

CT awards $22M for affordable housing

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut has awarded almost $22 million to create more than 700 units of affordable housing in Hartford, New Haven and Waterbury, authorities say.

Five years in, CT’s paint recycling seeing steady growth

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's mandatory paint recycling program collected 6 percent more unused paint in fiscal 2018, continuing a steady growth trend since it launched five years ago.

CT nonprofits collaborate on housing solution for domestic violence survivors

John Stearns |

Two Connecticut nonprofits demonstrated the benefits of collaboration when they developed a way to open doors to new accessible housing options for survivors of domestic violence.

ACE mentors, builds future architecture, construction, engineering workforce

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

With 20 years under its belt, the ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut tackles worker shortages in the architecture, construction and engineering industries by connecting professional mentors and...

Connecticut, cautiously, weighs potential for modern electric grid

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut is grappling with how to plan for and implement a more modern -- or "smart" -- electric grid. There's a lot at stake for businesses that are major electricity consumers.

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