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  • Tiny Working Families Party A Coalition Pushing Labor Agenda

    Of the 1.9 million voters in Connecticut, only 15 are registered with the Working Families Party. "I don't know who any of them are," said Jon Green, executive director of the party. Is he one? "No," he said, laughing. Confused? What the Working...
  • Gay Marriage Off Agenda

    Close, but not there yet. That's where many state lawmakers view themselves in terms of support for same-sex marriage, leaders of the powerful judiciary committee say. Rather than force a vote on a controversial gay marriage bill that would probably...
  • Greener Way To Clean

    Greener Way To Clean
    The air is smelling greener for Connecticut cleaning products manufacturers, as new state and municipal regulations create more demand for environmentally friendly cleaners. But as one fast-growing company has discovered, the price of all that green...
  • Middletown Power Plant Explosion Kills 5, Injures Many More

    Middletown Power Plant Explosion Kills 5, Injures Many More
    A devastating explosion that was heard and felt for miles destroyed a power plant Sunday morning as workers purged a natural gas piping system, killing at least five and injuring many more, emergency response officers said. Homeowners miles away said the...
  • Rell Wants Answers From Power Generators

    Gov. M. Jodi Rell asked the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday to investigate possible criminal violations in the payment of $85.8 million to New York power generators for electricity that she said they never intended to deliver. Rell sent a letter...
  • Connecticut Taking Daytime Version Of 'Deal,' And Jobs That Go With It

    Here's the deal — the prime-time version of NBC's "Deal or No Deal" game show features more than two dozen models in every episode, the daytime version just two. Still, that will be two more TV models working in Connecticut now that NBC and the...
  • Rell's Proposed Health, Education Cuts Criticized By Connecticut Voices For Children

    The governor's proposed cuts to state health and education programs would weaken two "leading areas of progress" in the state economy, according to a study released Tuesday by the advocacy group Connecticut Voices for Children. While the state has...
  • It's 'Wait-And-See' For GM Dealers As Cuts Loom

    General Motors plans to start notifying thousands of dealers this week that they'll lose their franchises by 2011, a drastic winnowing that's expected to reduce the number of GM dealerships in Connecticut by a third or more. The Connecticut Automotive...
  • Bradley Airport Administrator Jeff Schultes Resigning From Post

    Bradley Airport Administrator Jeff Schultes has resigned after less than a year on the job, the state Department of Transportation announced Friday. The resignation takes effect May 1 and will once again leave Bradley, New England's second largest...
  • Connecticut court allows gays to wed

    The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday gave gay and lesbian couples the right to marry, ruling that civil unions relegate them to a "separate" and "inferior status" that falls short of full equality. "We therefore agree with the plaintiffs that...
  • NU Reaches Agreement To Bring Hydro Power To Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities and a Massachusetts utility have received approval from federal energy regulators to spend $1 billion to build a high-voltage power line to a hydroelectric plant in Quebec, allowing the export of 1,200 megawatts of "clean"...