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House Passes Sweeping Campaign Reform Bill

House Passes Sweeping Campaign Reform Bill

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A bill passed by the State House late Thursday night would put new restrictions on public money used in campaigns. Read More

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May 29, 2015 Share
House Passes Sweeping Election Bill

House Passes Sweeping Election Bill

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May 29, 2015 Share
Subpoenas on Federal Funds for Election Mailer

Subpoenas on Federal Funds for Election Mailer

The State Elections Enforcement Commission has issued subpoenas to the Democratic State Central Committee as it investigates the committee using money from a federal fund to pay for a mailer benefiting Gov. Read More

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May 29, 2015 Share
North Granby Man Charged With Unlicensed Home Improvements

North Granby Man Charged With Unlicensed Home Improvements

A North Granby man has been arrested and charged with making unlicensed home improvements after a state Department of Consumer Protection investigation. Read More

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May 27, 2015 Share
New Law Targets Use of Seclusion Rooms

New Law Targets Use of Seclusion Rooms

State lawmakers approved a new bill Wednesday that limits the controversial practice of using seclusion rooms and restraining children in schools. Read More

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May 27, 2015 Share
East Hartford Officer Settles With Town

East Hartford Officer Settles With Town

An East Hartford officer is cleared after a mother accused him of assaulting her 12-year-old son. Read More

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May 22, 2015 Share
Majority of Taxpayer-Funded Campaign Cash Goes to Connected Few

Majority of Taxpayer-Funded Campaign Cash Goes to Connected Few

The Clean Elections Program is meant to take special interests out of politics. NBC Connecticut Troubleshooter George Colli, who took part in the program in 2008, investigates where the program stands and who’s profiting from it. Read More

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May 21, 2015 Share
Hartford Fire Department Changing Equipment After Firefighter Death

Hartford Fire Department Changing Equipment After Firefighter Death

By the summer, all Hartford firefighters will have heat-resistant fire hoods to cover their faces and necks. It's one of the changes safety inspectors recommended after the department's first line-of-duty death in 40 years. Read More

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May 20, 2015 Share
Scammers Target Billion-Dollar Timeshare Industry

Scammers Target Billion-Dollar Timeshare Industry

A Hamden resident bought a timeshare condominium in Costa Rica last winter, and what arrived at his Connecticut home months later plunged him into deep water. Read More

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May 20, 2015 Share
Questions Arise About Hartford Stadium Expenses

Questions Arise About Hartford Stadium Expenses

New questions are arising about the cost of Hartford's new $56 million ballpark. Chief among them: where is the money going? Read More

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