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  • Bill toughens penalty for failure to report child abuse

    Teachers, school administrators and other mandated reporters of child abuse could face a felony charge under certain circumstances for not reporting mistreatment, under a bill moving through the Connecticut General Assembly.
  • Why The Democrats' Car Tax Reform Plan Doesn't Work

    Just about everyone agrees that the way cities and towns tax cars and trucks is unfair. For the same model, same year, same mileage, you'll pay nearly seven times as much in property taxes in Hartford as you do in Greenwich, where tax rates are low...

    Both Chambers Pass Bill That Bans Out-Of-School Suspension, Expulsion of Young Children

    Both Chambers Pass Bill That Bans Out-Of-School Suspension, Expulsion of Young Children
    Young children would not be suspended or expelled from school except in certain extreme circumstances under a bill that won unanimous support from the state Senate last week and from the House on Thursday. "A recent report from the state Department of...

    House Gives Bipartisan Approval To Campaign Finance Bill, Senate Dems "Have Concern"

    The state House of Representatives approved legislation that overhauls Connecticut's public financing system by cutting the size of candidates' grants and by limiting wealthy donors' ability to funnel money into campaigns. The Republican proposal,...

    House Quickly Approves Compromise Bill Restoring Public Access To Police Records

    House Quickly Approves Compromise Bill Restoring Public Access To Police Records
    HARTFORD — The House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a bill that restores much of the access to arrest records that the public lost last year because of a state Supreme Court ruling. The bill now goes to the Senate for...