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Are Connecticut companies planning on selling? Find out 9.9.16 at #CTEconomy: bit.ly/2aMOlA2 pic.twitter.com/ArpBmsb934

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.@CTNPAlliance backs privatization of services, says state's model outdated, one "we can no longer afford." bit.ly/2bVigYc #FixCT

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Hartford, other distressed cities have inordinately high taxes, lower housing values, and high demand for services. twitter.com/CTMirror/statu…

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.@CCMAdvocacy says cities and towns "not looking for another study that will be filed on an office shelf." #FixCT twitter.com/CTMirror/statu…

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Must bring more lawmakers to Capitol to get state's fiscal house in order, CBIA's Joe Brennan tells @AlTerzi. bit.ly/2bQQQm9 #FixCT

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State spending soared 201% since 1992, far above the growth in population, inflation, and household income. bit.ly/2buOBEb #FixCT

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What are the barriers for growth? Learn what #smallbiz, #business say 9.9.16 at #CTEconomy: bit.ly/2aMOlA2 pic.twitter.com/vz2x1B1VuW

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Are you a #smallbusiness looking to up your social media game? #Twitter for #Business may be just what you need: bit.ly/2bNbXV4

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State uses Rainy Day Fund to cover 2016's $279 million #ctbudget deficit; 'thin margin of error' for 2017. #FixCT twitter.com/ctnewsjunkie/s…

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#cteconomy's struggles see business back election candidates based on key issues, including taxes, mandates. #FixCT twitter.com/hartfordcouran…

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