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Boughton Releases “Comeback” Plan, Leads With Tax Cuts
July 17, 2018

Boughton Releases “Comeback” Plan, Leads With Tax Cuts

The mayor of Danbury, and GOP-endorsed candidate for governor, released a 10-point plan for the state on Monday.

Report: CT’s Broken Budget, Education System Puts Future Economy at Risk
July 16, 2018

Report: CT’s Broken Budget, Education System Puts Future Economy at Risk

A new University of Pennsylvania study ranks Connecticut at 44th out of 50 states in the university's "College Opportunity Risk Assessment" study.

As Some Predicted, Union Membership Projected to Drop After SCOTUS Ruling
July 5, 2018

As Some Predicted, Union Membership Projected to Drop After SCOTUS Ruling

Connecticut's public-sector union bosses are planning for a drop in membership following the Janus v. AFSCME decision at the Supreme Court.

Judging Janus: Where 5 CT-Gov. Candidates Stand on SCOTUS Ruling Impacting Unions
July 2, 2018

Judging Janus: Where 5 CT-Gov. Candidates Stand on SCOTUS Ruling Impacting Unions

The Republicans support the decision. The Democrats do not.

EXCLUSIVE: Stefanowski on Taxes, Budget, and How Opponents ‘Could Learn a Few Things’ From Him
June 29, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Stefanowski on Taxes, Budget, and How Opponents ‘Could Learn a Few Things’ From Him

Bob Stefanowski just qualified for the August GOP primary ballot for governor. He's taking his message of tax cuts and fiscal discipline to voters, and taking his opponents to task.

Fasano Reminds People: State About to Hand Out $80M in Union Bonuses
June 29, 2018

Fasano Reminds People: State About to Hand Out $80M in Union Bonuses

The lump-sum, $79.5-million payment is a reminder, for Fasano, of why he and other Republicans voted against the SEBAC deal in 2017.

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