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Budget Crisis Deepens as Tax Revenues Shrink

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'Real, Dramatic Change' Needed to Reform State Spending, Services

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Bill Allowing Use of Stranded Tax Credits Helps State's Economy

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Building Connecticut's Microbiome Valley

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New Comprehensive Energy Strategy Expected in September

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Minimum Wage Advocates Seek Smaller Hike to Gain Traction

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If this isn't the wake up call, what is? Connecticut must do things differently. bit.ly/2oFS6AX #ctbudget #cteconomy

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'Candidates who have fiscal experience will do well' @ctnewsjunkie on the candidates vying for governor

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'People don't want to leave. There's fantastic companies, people, opportunities. We can't drive them away' @QuinnipiacU's Chris Ball pic.twitter.com/7E7obXp5tP

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'In no uncertain terms, we have to address the spending side of the #ctbudget situation, the state is broke' - Don Klepper-Smith #cteconomy pic.twitter.com/Qo3iljvd1s

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