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  • Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform

    Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform
    HARTFORD — On the heels of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed adjustments to the state budget — including potential cuts in state aid for municipalities — Democratic legislative leaders and mayors from throughout the state gathered at the Capitol Friday to praise one aspect of the budget that Malloy said won't change — property tax reform.
  • Lawmakers Split On Bill Banning Felons From Public Office

    BRIDGEPORT — The two chairmen of a key committee of the legislature differ over a proposal that would ban politicians convicted of felonies from the ballot. The Connecticut Post reports that state Sen. Eric Coleman, Senate chairman of the...

    Former State Sen. Ernie Newton Sentenced To Six Months In Jail

    Former State Sen. Ernie Newton Sentenced To Six Months In Jail
    HARTFORD — Former state Sen. Ernie Newton was sentenced to six months in prison Friday for violating campaign finance laws, but was able to walk out of the courthouse front door when Judge Julia D. Dewey put the sentence on hold pending Newton's...

    Ex-Mayor Ganim: Return To Scene Of The Crime?

    Ex-Mayor Ganim: Return To Scene Of The Crime?
    Convicted felon Joseph P. Ganim rang in the new year with a startling admission of guilt and an apology for dragging his city through the mud of a corruption trial a dozen years ago. Many in Bridgeport saw the apology as the ex-mayor's opening shot in a...

    Hartford Jury Finds Newton Guilty On Some Charges In Campaign Finance Fraud Trial

    Hartford Jury Finds Newton Guilty On Some Charges In Campaign Finance Fraud Trial
    HARTFORD — A jury on Friday found former state Sen. Ernie Newton guilty of three counts of illegal practices in campaign financing, but said it could not reach a verdict on the most serious charges against him, two counts of first-degree larceny....