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ANALYSIS: Where’s the Fight in the Fightin’ Fifth? Few Jumping to Fill Esty’s Seat.
April 20, 2018

ANALYSIS: Where’s the Fight in the Fightin’ Fifth? Few Jumping to Fill Esty’s Seat.

Weeks after Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-Conn.) announced her retirement following a harassment scandal, there are only two major candidates in the race.

House Passes Bill for Ballot Measure on Early Voting; GOP Fails to Win Inclusion of Voter ID
April 20, 2018

House Passes Bill for Ballot Measure on Early Voting; GOP Fails to Win Inclusion of Voter ID

The Connecticut House passed a resolution allowing for an early voting measure to appear on a future ballot statewide. Republicans are upset a voter ID amendment was rejected.

Is Ganim’s Sudden Flip-Flop on Hartford Bailout About a Bronin Endorsement?
April 19, 2018

Is Ganim’s Sudden Flip-Flop on Hartford Bailout About a Bronin Endorsement?

The mayor of Bridgeport said he changed his position on the state's bailout of Hartford, two days after the capital city's mayor exited the gubernatorial race.

Murphy Pitches “Medicare Buy-In” … Would it Kill State’s Insurance Industry?
April 19, 2018

Murphy Pitches “Medicare Buy-In” … Would it Kill State’s Insurance Industry?

The junior senator and possible 2020 presidential candidate wants Medicare to compete with private health insurance. Connecticut's insurance industry remains vital to the state.

EXCLUSIVE: Kurt Miller, Seeking to Unseat Comptroller Lembo, Pitches Voters on “More Communication”
April 17, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Kurt Miller, Seeking to Unseat Comptroller Lembo, Pitches Voters on “More Communication”

The first selectman of Seymour is running to be Connecticut's comptroller, a role Miller said is "the chief fiscal guardian of the state."

Hartford Budget: Bronin Brags Of $10M in Labor Savings, Barely Mentions $40M State Bailout
April 17, 2018

Hartford Budget: Bronin Brags Of $10M in Labor Savings, Barely Mentions $40M State Bailout

Mayor Luke Bronin is out of the gubernatorial race, but that doesn't mean he'll continue to be trouble for state taxpayers.

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