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The latest move would allow Ned Lamont to exercise his emergency powers through Feb. 15, 2022, when the next regular legislative session begins.
In addition, Democrat Julia Pemberton defeated a challenger in her bid to remain first selectman of Redding.
“That the economy in Connecticut has for a long time been among the weakest in the country is mind-boggling,” the Republican said. "It's too expensive to live here."
Van De Water dropped out of this year's congressional race in late August.
Sullivan was not certain if he would run for elected office again.
“When I came into office (in 2011) everything was still being done on paper,” Denise Merrill says. “There was shockingly little being done online.”
The book is meant to address the situation where people tend to "focus on what’s happening at the national level, less so on the state level, and almost not at all locally," Gary Rose says.
Generational poverty in Connecticut continues “irrespective of race or ZIP code," Shawn Wooden says.
As Gov. Ned Lamont promised, there are no new major tax increases.
“The more people who are attracted to what we’re trying to do will help us with our further development plans in the future," says Greenwich Communities CEO and Executive Director Anthony Johnson.
If the bill is passed, Connecticut would become only the second state to have such legislation.
The trust fund has been insolvent for 48 of the last 50 years.
The seat became vacant when Rep. J.P. Sredzinski (R) resigned suddenly in February.
“I remain humbled by, and grateful for, the responsibility you have granted me," Marpe told voters in the statement announcing his decision.