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  • Is State's New Transparency Law For Charter Managers Strong Enough?

    Is State's New Transparency Law For Charter Managers Strong Enough?
    After last year's debacle involving the Hartford-based Jumoke Academy charter school operation, many legislators arrived at the Capitol this year on a mission to improve the control and regulation of charter schools. A new law, passed with overwhelming support in the General Assembly but not yet signed by the governor, is designed to make charter schools and the charter management organizations that oversee them more accountable and transparent.
  • Connecticut Agency Tracks Down $85.8M In Uncollected Taxes

    Connecticut Agency Tracks Down $85.8M In Uncollected Taxes
    HARTFORD (AP) — Connecticut's Department of Revenue Services announced Monday it unearthed about $85.8 million in uncollected tax revenue after ramping up efforts to resolve audit disputes with larger companies and making more personal visits to...

    Connecticut agency tracks down $85.8M in uncollected taxes

    Connecticut's Department of Revenue Services announced Monday it unearthed about $85.8 million in uncollected tax revenue after ramping up efforts to resolve audit disputes with larger companies and making more personal visits to delinquent businesses....

    Sen. Toni Boucher: Tireless Opponent Of Looser Marijuana Laws

    Sen. Toni Boucher: Tireless Opponent Of Looser Marijuana Laws
    HARTFORD — For a few hours on Monday, Connecticut lawmakers appeared poised to approve a policy permitting children with epilepsy and other serious illnesses to participate in the state's medical marijuana program. But the moment was fleeting....

    State Budget Pleases Environmentalists, But Farmland Advocates Disappointed

    HARTFORD — Connecticut environmentalists are breathing sighs of relief as they survey the outcome of the special legislative session June 29 on the state budget, but those trying to save the state's diminishing farmlands are less happy. The...