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  • A Green Car for Every Driver

    A Green Car for Every Driver
    Not long ago, carmakers were touting hydrogen as the silver bullet for energy independence and environmental redemption. But massive roadblocks to building the hydrogen highway forced automakers to follow detours to other green technologies. Just as no...
  • April 11: Your Money Matters - Your 2010 Tax Return

    April 11: Your Money Matters - Your 2010 Tax Return
    Grant Thornton's Tax Tips: Tax planning at the midnight hour How to beat the filing deadline CHICAGO, April 7, 2011 – With the April 18, 2011, tax filing deadline fast approaching, Grant Thornton LLP wants to assure American taxpayers that there's no...
  • Letters: Is Raising the Minimum Wage Bad For Employees?

    To the editors: A new report [in your newspaper] claims that monthly rent payments remain out-of-reach for minimum wage workers in Connecticut (“Connecticut Sixth Most Expensive State for Rental Housing,” May 10). This is misleading; new...
  • A Grassroots Fight Against Bank of America and Other Corporate Tax Dodgers

    A Grassroots Fight Against Bank of America and Other Corporate Tax Dodgers
    Ordinary citizens are examining corporations with a big magnifying glass, and what they're seeing isn't pretty, especially when contrasted with demands that citizens surrender some of their most sacred social programs. Simply put, they are extremely...
  • Ex-DuPage official got 2 preferential deals from former board colleagues

    Ex-DuPage official got 2 preferential deals from former board colleagues
    When DuPage County officials wanted to build 91 new units of affordable housing eight years ago, they didn't bother to follow federal rules that required them to request proposals from developers. They didn't bother to even look outside their own...
  • Ex-DuPage official got no-bid deals

    When DuPage County officials wanted to build 91 new units of affordable housing eight years ago, they didn’t bother to follow federal rules that required them to request proposals from developers. They didn’t bother to even look outside their...
  • Darden rents from itself and saves on taxes

    Darden rents from itself and saves on taxes
    Orlando-based Darden Restaurants has cut its corporate taxes in some states by renting restaurants from itself, using a strategy that has led to challenges and millions of dollars in back taxes for some other big companies. The owner of chains...
  • What if green products make us pollute more?

    What if green products make us pollute more?
    What if "green" cars made pollution worse, not better? What if they increased greenhouse gas emissions instead of decreasing them? Preposterous, you say? Well, consider what's happened in Sweden. Through generous subsidies, Sweden aggressively pushed its...
  • Pre-Christmas Special Session Considered By Democrats On Electricity Needs; House GOP Leader Larry Cafero Pushing Hard For Session

    Democratic leaders are considering a pre-Christmas special session regarding recent electrical outages that could include tax credits for hotel stays and an expansion of the state's price-gouging law. The leaders who control the legislature are currently...
  • Corporate welfare in Connecticut is expensive and poorly tracked

    Corporate welfare in Connecticut is expensive and poorly tracked
    Corporate welfare in Connecticut is expensive, poorly tracked and of dubious merit, according to a new report by Good Jobs First, a think-tank dedicated to corporate accountability in state economic development. Taxpayer subsidies, like Gov. Dan Malloy's...
  • House moves pieces of jobs bill to Obama's desk

    House moves pieces of jobs bill to Obama's desk
    Republicans and Democrats joined to pass the first pieces of President Obama’s jobs package, sending to the president a slim slice of common ground while the bulk of the legislation remains stalled in a divided Congress. The legislation passed...