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Windsor (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Feds Should Allow Medical Marijuana

    Feds Should Allow Medical Marijuana
    Starting on Oct. 1, medical marijuana will be legal in Connecticut. Although our state's medical marijuana law was carefully designed to minimize the risk of federal invention, the legal reality is that the federal government can still prosecute anyone...
  • Missing Mark On What The State Knows Best

    Assume for the moment that through some miracle of nature, Hartford really does become a convention-mad colossus; and the Front Street project is loud and boisterous and full of cool shops and classy hookers and fancy gin joints; and expensive condos full...
  • Treasurer's Connections With Broker Don't Look Good

    Federal authorities were in Hartford last week looking for documents and communications between the city and an insurance broker, Hybrid Insurance Group, which, it is alleged, failed to pay nearly $670,000 in premiums to two carriers for school board...
  • Half-Baked Reporting System Keeps Election Results A Mystery

    Half-Baked Reporting System Keeps Election Results A Mystery
    By Wednesday afternoon, official results for all of Tuesday's local elections were still not up on the secretary of the state's website. This is crazy. By contrast, Florida voters knew by 8 p.m. Tuesday all their local election results — because...
  • Feb. 21: Editorial - Board Makes Right Call On Sgt. Koistinen

    Though it is a close call, the state labor board was right Thursday in ordering Windsor Locks to rehire police Sgt. Robert Koistinen. Robert Koistinen was fired in January 2012 for his role in the investigation into the death of 15-year-old bicyclist...
  • First Responders Could Help Cut Heroin Deaths

    The rapid rise in heroin deaths around the nation is frightening. Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman may be just one of thousands of victims of this awful epidemic. The nation and Connecticut can do more to stop these deaths. Many are linked to a dangerous...
  • Police Survey, Records Bill Cloud 'Sunshine Week'

    This is Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government, but you wouldn't know it in Connecticut. To wit: •A team of reporters from the New Haven Register and Middletown Press visited all 92 municipal police...
  • Wooden In Democratic State Senate Primary

    Wooden In Democratic State Senate Primary
    That longtime state Sen. Eric Coleman, D-2nd District, has a primary challenge on Aug. 12 is his own doing. He waited until 21/2 weeks before the May nominating convention to announce that he would seek re-election. By that point, other candidates had...
  • Police Must Take Responsibility

    Members of the Hartford community and surrounding towns came together on the evening of Aug. 22 to talk about the recent incident where an 18-year-old was tased by a Hartford police officer even as the teen was backing away from the officer with his hands...
  • Trial Starts For Shenkman Over South Windsor Standoff

    Trial Starts For Shenkman Over South Windsor Standoff
    What was already a bitter and ugly divorce between Richard Shenkman and Nancy Tyler turned violent on July 7, 2009, the day police say Shenkman kidnapped Tyler at gunpoint, held her against her will and burned the house they once shared in South Windsor....
  • Connecticut's Delightful, Quirky Museums

    Let's say you are not terribly interested in old woodworking planes, radios, locks or clocks. But step into a museum devoted to such collections and you almost can't help being drawn to them. The sheer diversity in similar objects reveals the human...