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If you were to come up with a lobbying Dream Team to defend genetically modified organisms (GMOs) against hordes of foodie reformers, it would probably look a lot like the one that's been operating for months at our state Capitol. And apparently...
The Hartford CourantA bill that would require food made with genetically modified organisms to carry labels cleared the state Senate late Tuesday night. The Senate's approval, on a 35-1 vote, gives new energy to a measure that had strong grassroots backing but appeared...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceAs Pfizer Inc. offered further explanations of its decision to raze a complex of buildings on its campus here, others were trying to understand why the pharmaceutical giant pulled out of an ongoing sales negotiation for what is known as Building 118....
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - High-tech manufacturers and other technology-driven companies are urging Connecticut lawmakers to scrap a proposal that would limit the tax credits firms can use for research and development. Pitney Bowes, a Stamford-based mail and...
Tags: State Budgets, Tax Credits, Credit and Debt, Politics, Stamford
Courant Staff WritersThe clout of Connecticut's technology sector has generally been small, like so many of its companies. Technology executives had hoped to change that impression this year by landing public support - state tax breaks, incentives and economic development...
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