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M. Jodi Rell

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  • 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...
  • Keno Will Be Part of State Budget, Committee Chairman Says

    Keno Will Be Part of State Budget, Committee Chairman Says
    HARTFORD — Keno gambling will be part of the state budget "no matter what," said the co-chairman of the legislature's tax committee. Rep. Jeffrey Berger, D-Waterbury, has been pushing hard for months for legalization of keno, an issue pitting...
  • State's Decision To Build Park A Blow To Developmentally Disabled

    State's Decision To Build Park A Blow To Developmentally Disabled
    WATERFORD — When the state last fall scuttled a deal to sell the former Seaside property in Waterford for private housing, the losers in the transaction went beyond the developer, who is now considering a lawsuit, and the tax coffers of Waterford....
  • Mark Boughton To Receive Prescott Bush Award

    Mark Boughton To Receive Prescott Bush Award
    The Connecticut Republican party will present its top honor to Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton. Boughton will be presented with the Prescott Bush award at the Connecticut GOP's annual fundraising dinner in Stamford next month. Known for his snappy twitter...
  • Reckless State Budgeting Imperils Recovery

    Reckless State Budgeting Imperils Recovery
    The process of creating a viable and responsible state budget is sidetracked, which is very unfortunate given the state's tepid economic recovery. Make no mistake: Balancing our budget on quick, short-term fixes, or circumventing the state's spending...
  • Chase Rogers Easily Gains Confirmation As Chief Justice

    Chase Rogers Easily Gains Confirmation As Chief Justice
    HARTFORD — The state House of Representatives approved the nomination of Chase T. Rogers as chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court on Wednesday by a wide margin. Rogers has enjoyed bipartisan support through the years, but her appointment...
  • Rogers Pledges Court Improvements As Critics Express Displeasure

    Rogers Pledges Court Improvements As Critics Express Displeasure
    HARTFORD — Chase Rogers, the chief justice of Connecticut's Supreme Court, pledged Friday to work to improve the state's family courts in response to critics who say that the system is a costly failure. "We will continue to work hard and make...
  • Lawmakers Grill Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase Rogers at Confirmation Hearing

    Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase Rogers pledged Friday to work to improve the state's family courts in response to critics who say the system is a costly failure. "We will continue to work hard and make improvements that benefit the...
  • Activists Target State Supreme Court Chief Justice

    Activists Target State Supreme Court Chief Justice
    HARTFORD — Activists with a variety of grievances against the court system are joining together to try to scuttle the reappointment of one of Connecticut's most powerful jurists. Dozens of people are expected to converge on the Legislative...
  • Joe Ganim Making Political Comeback For Mayor

    Democrat Joseph Ganim, a convicted felon, is attempting to make a political comeback by running again for mayor of his hometown of Bridgeport. Ganim announced on the popular Chaz and AJ morning radio program Thursday that he is forming an exploratory...
  • As State Land Transfers Increase, Bill Seeks More Public Scrutiny

    As State Land Transfers Increase, Bill Seeks More Public Scrutiny
    HARTFORD — Most people in Connecticut assume that land in state parks, state forests and wildlife preserves are forever protected for the benefit of all residents. That's not always true. Four years ago, state legislators approved a controversial...