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  • Maine governor bemoans move of eight child immigrants to his state

    BOSTON (Reuters) - Maine Governor Paul LePage blasted the White House on Tuesday for placing in his state eight children who tried to cross the border illegally. The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama has been struggling to find shelter for...
  • Sen. Fasano Asks For Meeting To Discuss 'Problems' At Health Exchange

    State Sen. Leonard Fasano is asking for a summer meeting of Connecticut's health insurance exchange to address what he said are problems that have come to light in recent weeks. Fasano, R-North Haven, sent a letter Tuesday to Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman, who...
  • McKinney Blasts Foley For Distorting His Record In New Ad

     McKinney Blasts Foley For Distorting His Record In New Ad
    With less than three weeks to go before the Aug. 12 primary, the two Republican candidates for governor continue to spend advertising dollars attacking one another on pocketbook issues. On Monday, John McKinney released a blistering new television ad...
  • Rauner speaks out against limits on ride-sharing industry

    Rauner speaks out against limits on ride-sharing industry
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner on Tuesday urged Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a bill that would provide oversight of the largely unregulated industry of ride-sharing, including requiring drivers of companies such as Uber to have commercial...
  • Christie Dances Around Gun Control

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is trying to have it both ways on gun control, and he can't. He is either for sensible and lawful regulation, or he isn't. And voters should so note. Mr. Christie was in Connecticut this week to campaign for Republican...
  • Ex-prosecutors press for new trial for death-row inmate

    Ex-prosecutors press for new trial for death-row inmate
    The list is impressive: a former governor, a former Florida Supreme Court justice and the former attorneys general of four states. Each fought to put convicted murderers to death, but each has now asked the Florida Supreme Court to grant a new trial to...
  • APM terminal sale may benefit state

    APM terminal sale may benefit state
    NORFOLK – The state's $1.16 billion deal with a private firm that officials blame for driving the Virginia Port Authority deeply into the red could be restructured now that the company has agreed to sell its cargo terminal, Secretary of...
  • Anti-tax group sues to kick Citizens United advisory measure off ballot

    The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., an anti-tax group, filed a lawsuit Tuesday to block a non-binding advisory measure on Citizens United from appearing on the November ballot. The taxpayer group said the measure, which would ask Congress to amend the U....
  • Malloy Swings Back At Christie's Pledge To Stump For Foley

    Malloy Swings Back At Christie's Pledge To Stump For Foley
    WATERFORD — After New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that he plans to campaign against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election bid, Malloy swung back at his Tri-State area foe on Tuesday morning. "I don't mind comparing Connecticut on a...
  • Forging a smart growth economy [Commentary]

    Forging a smart growth economy [Commentary]
    The best state in the nation for innovation and entrepreneurship three years in a row is Maryland. This is according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (hardly a mouthpiece for the Maryland Democratic Party), which also ranks Maryland No. 1 for STEM...
  • Jurors in Jesse Ventura defamation trial go home for the day

    ST. PAUL, Minn. The jury in the Jesse Ventura defamation trial went home Tuesday afternoon without reaching a verdict. It will resume deliberations Wednesday in U.S. District Court in St. Paul. A four-woman, six-man jury began deliberations Tuesday...