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One of the things Howard Blythe remembers most about September 11, 2001 was how bright blue the sky was that morning, and the plume of black smoke contrasting so sharply with that sky after a jetliner slammed into the North Tower at the World Trade Center in New York City. Howard, now a 23-year veteran […]
Political campaigns spend a lot of money and certainly November’s gubernatorial face-off between Gov. Ned Lamont and Republican rival Bob Stefanowski is no exception. Both candidates have poured millions of their own personal wealth into their bids. Much of that money goes toward advertising, getting their respective messages out through television, radio spots, and digital […]
The simple fact is that public safety is a huge problem in Connecticut that must be addressed now. The second part of the equation is that it is outrageously expensive to live here.
By: State Rep. Kimberly Fiorello Tackling public policy problems in earnest takes patience. In the case of tackling sky rocketing health insurance costs in Connecticut it takes extreme patience, laser-like focus, resolute dedication, and loving care, much like what is required of a surgeon doing brain surgery on a baby in utero. We expect surgeons to […]