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Jonathan Harris declares candidacy for governor
Jonathan Harris, who was executive director of the Connecticut Democratic Party during Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s re-election campaign in 2014 and then oversaw the Department of Consumer Protection for three years, joined the evolving field of Democratic candidates for governor Saturday.
Fiscal stability panel promising tough choices for lawmakers
Given the Herculean task of navigating Connecticut through one of its worst fiscal crises in modern history, a new state panel is pledging at least to deliver a map — on time — on Thursday.
Democratic Plan Would Require Sexual Harassment Training At Most Companies In Connecticut
Senate Democrats introduced the Time’s Up Act, a proposal that would significantly alter the way Connecticut handles and combats sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace.
Connecticut Hunting Down Online Shoppers Who Didn't Pay Sales Tax
The state Department of Revenue Services is combing through customer records from major online retailers to hunt down taxpayers who skipped out on the often-ignored use tax.
Democratic Candidates Talk About Hard Decisions at Forum
More than 100 Democrats from the Greater Hartford area gathered at the Connecticut International Baccalaureate Academy to hear from eight of their gubernatorial hopefuls.
A demand for lots more detail on community college consolidation
Officials of the state’s 12 community colleges must answer a long list of questions from the schools’ accrediting body before their plan to shed hundreds of administrative positions can move forward.
Policymakers Propose Paid Sick Leave Mandate Expansion
Connecticut lawmakers will consider an expansion of the state's paid sick leave mandate this year...
IRS: Homeowners With Failing Foundations Can Deduct Repairs Until 2020
The Internal Revenue Service announced Wednesday afternoon that homeowners with failing concrete foundations have until 2021 to deduct any repairs done to their foundations from their federal taxes.
Democrats Promise Boldness in 2018 Session and Campaign
Connecticut House and Senate Democrats, seemingly adrift in recent years over how to respond to a stagnant economy and electoral losses, signaled Tuesday they have chosen a path for the 2018 session and campaign, releasing a “values agenda” committing to progressive favorites such as pay equity, a livable wage and paid family medical leave.
Full text of Governor Dannel Malloy's "State of the State"
Read the full text of Governor Dannel Malloy's final State of the State address.

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