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  • Indians Lose Again — No Second Chances For CT Tribes

    Indians Lose Again — No Second Chances For CT Tribes
    That didn't last long. On Friday, June 26, the Supreme Court issued a historic ruling that all states of the nation shall permit same-sex marriage. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy declared in a written statement Friday morning, the decision "reaffirms everything that this nation stands for — equality, liberty and justice for all."
  • Debate About A $60M Unemployment Tax Waiver Is Not What It Seems

    Debate About A $60M Unemployment Tax Waiver Is Not What It Seems
    Like most Connecticut employers, state Rep. Dave Rutigliano and his partners will have to pay a surcharge of $154 per worker in January, part of the payback for federal loans to the state's unemployment insurance fund. That's on top of regular...

    Quiet Discord Amid Cheers For Elizabeth Warren

    Quiet Discord Amid Cheers For Elizabeth Warren
    The biggest applause line for Sen. Elizabeth Warren at Monday night's gathering of 1,000 Democrats was not one of her barbs about America's letting down working people, nor any of her slams against Republicans for attacking science, same-sex marriage,...

    Malloy's Changes: A Better Budget, A Hidden Benefit And Utter Chaos

    Malloy's Changes: A Better Budget, A Hidden Benefit And Utter Chaos
    Among the budget changes proposed Friday by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was a measure to erase a tax hike that would have significantly hurt the Connecticut economy. We're talking about the computer services and data processing tax, which Malloy is now saying...

    Evidence-Destruction Issue Stalls School-Funding Case That Could Cost Taxpayers Billions

    Evidence-Destruction Issue Stalls School-Funding Case That Could Cost Taxpayers Billions
    A decade-old lawsuit that could cost taxpayers billions for alleged injustices in school funding drags on, amid continued claims by the attorney general's office that the plaintiffs — a coalition of municipal officials and education advocates...