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Legislators exempt 2 towns from school-spending requirements
The legislature voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to take a year off from penalizing municipalities that reduce school spending in reaction to cuts in state aid, a change the governor says would affect only two communities. “I don’t get it, to...
DCP sees surge in online credentialing
The vast range of businesses and professionals whose licenses and other credentials are regulated by the state's Department of Consumer Protection are increasingly turning to the internet for their required renewals. DCP said recently that...
Lawmakers still haven’t decided how to tackle CT’s red ink
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has been warning legislators since early February that their preliminary budget for the upcoming fiscal year is significantly in deficit. The response he got last week from two budget-writing legislative committees was...
A Reunion, a Revolution and a Crossroads for US Manufacturing
Rebounding into a fresh pursuit of American manufacturing is going to be a difficult journey. It will mean grappling with the full realities of today's market; it will mean refreshing our understanding of the industry; it will mean taking a...
Finance Committee Moves To Delay Bond Covenant
The Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee approved a bill Thursday that will delay implementation of what many are referring to as the “bond lock.” The 26-25 party line vote, which involved some Democratic members switching their votes...
Bill that could establish tolls clears second committee
The legislature’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee narrowly approved a measure Thursday that could establish electronic tolling on Connecticut’s highways. But despite the committee’s vote of approval, advocates conceded the bill’s fate...
Offshore Wind Could Be A Boon To New London's Port
Three developers have submitted bids to sell offshore wind to Connecticut. That could mean big things for New London's economy, but officials and advocates said the state needs to act fast to ensure it doesn't miss the boat. All proposals...
Sema4 announces plans for Stamford lab, hundreds of new jobs
Stamford-based genomic testing firm Sema4 is planning to move its laboratory facility from New York City to Stamford and add more than 400 jobs in the state in the next five years, a project that would receive several million dollars in state...
CohnReznick releases third annual Connecticut Community Impact report
The report focuses on projects supported by the firm's Hartford and Stamford offices.
Budget panel won't pass spending plan — again
For the second consecutive year, the legislature's Appropriations Committee will not recommend a new budget before its deadline. But Democratic and Republican leaders from the House and Senate said lawmakers will continue working between now...

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