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“We are a Catholic institution deeply rooted in those traditions, but we don’t proselytize,” Sacred Heart University President John J. Petillo said.
Marc Lautenbach added that the Connecticut state government should work in conjunction with federal efforts to improve the local economy.
The college president noted that funding is his most significant challenge, adding that “if we had more funding, we’d have even more of an impact.”
The GOP health care bill would also imperil the coverage of tens of thousands of Connecticut residents, the governor says.
“The cost of removing additional pollution in Connecticut, where we already have stringent requirements in place, is estimated at $10,000 to $40,000 per ton,” Malloy wrote.
The senator tells Democrats: Spend less time focused on a possible Donald Trump-Russian connection and a lot more time focused on the economy.
In this future, science fiction is science fact, as disruptive technologies are changing and enhancing, but not destroying, the fabric of daily life.
On the Long Island Sound shore in Fairfield and Westchester countries, some property owners in the luxury homes market face a challenge in the wake of Sandy’s damage.
Connecticut business and political leaders discuss the pros and cons of the state doing as New York did this month and offering free tuition for eligible students at public colleges and universities.
Proposal drops the insurance premium tax rate from 1.75 percent to 1.5 percent.
Fifty-four percent of businesses plan to increase employees’ wages by 2 percent or mores over the period, according to the M&T Bank survey.
The Westchester-Rockland-Orange county region added 11,900 private sector jobs from January 2015 to January 2016.
“I really do love the smell of jet fuel in the morning,” Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino proclaimed when welcoming visitors to the recent regional forum of the National Business Aviation Association in a flight service hangar at the county airport.
A bill to increase Connecticut’s minimum wage by 75 cents to $9 an hour by 2015 has passed both houses of the legislature and will be signed into law by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.