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Summer Jobs Slowdown Signals Need for Budget Passage

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State's Chronic Red Ink Demands Policy Reforms

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Consumer Confidence Dips As Budget Stalemate Continues

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State's Economic Growth Slows in First Quarter

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New Haven-Springfield Commuter Rail Now Set for Spring Start

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Skilled Worker Shortage, Rising Costs Temper U.S. Economic Outlook

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

.@DOL_Research says state lost 600 jobs in July; June gains revised down by 1,400; unemployment unchanged at 5%.

5 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Can Connecticut change direction? Fixing the #ctbudget crisis without more tax hikes will help change course. bit.ly/2uZHYkV

1 day ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

"You can get there from here," says @HCCinfo president Paul Broadie. "Stay close, go far." #workforcedevelopment bit.ly/2w77dpP

3 days ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Leaders agree on a couple of #ctbudget issues, including some structural reforms, but "still have a long way to go." bit.ly/2vpTGsL

6 days ago