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  • The Archives: Plenty of Blame For Whalers Exit, But No One Accountable (March 27, 1997)

    Former Hartford Whalers and current Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not many around Hartford would have thought that possible in 1997 when the Whalers played their final season here. Here's a look back at a column by The Courant's Jeff Jacobs wriiten amid all upheaval brought on by the loss off Connecticut's major-league franchise. This one: Plenty of blame to go around in this mess:
  • Law students propose bill to close lucrative Capitol lobbying loophole

     Law students propose bill to close lucrative Capitol lobbying loophole
    The three law students lingered anxiously outside a Capitol hearing room, waiting to learn the fate of an entire school year of work. They had sponsored a proposal to shed light on who lobbies to sell the state more than $1 billion in goods and services...

    State panel considers raising thresholds for campaign reporting

    Citing inflation, the state’s campaign finance watchdog agency is considering a proposal to raise the fundraising thresholds at which campaigns must report their financing, drawing some concerns from an advocate for fuller disclosure. Currently,...

    Lawmakers urge S.F. archbishop to withdraw teacher morality clauses

    Lawmakers urge S.F. archbishop to withdraw teacher morality clauses
    Eight state lawmakers on Tuesday urged San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone to withdraw the "morality clauses" he unveiled this month in a handbook for high school teachers, and to reverse his intention to redefine teachers as "ministers" in...

    North-South battle emerges over leadership of California Legislature

    North-South battle emerges over leadership of California Legislature
    SACRAMENTO -- The chance that Southern Californians may lead both the state Senate and Assembly in the next year is drawing concern from groups including the Bay Area Council. They note it has been a tradition for decades that if a Northern California...