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CT Mirror

Two legislative leaders proposing sweeping school funding changes

April 12, 2017

A plan backed by two Democratic legislative leaders to boost state spending for public schools by $53 million next year and shake up how the state funds charter and magnet schools is causing disagreements among members of their own party and with the leader of the state’s largest teachers union.

CT Mirror

State DOT drops study of mileage tax

April 11, 2017

"It was clear from the outset that the Senate Democrats opposed the mileage tax study. I am glad that the DOT is seeking to reprioritize these funds in order to address critical projects."

Bulletin

Concerns raised on QVCC’s future

April 9, 2017

Given plans to relocate the Willimantic campus of Quinebaug Valley Community College, community members spoke about the importance of that campus during a Board of Regents for Higher Education meeting this week.

CT Post

Amendment protects state lands

April 8, 2017

A bi-partisan group of lawmakers has announced support for a constitutional amendment that if approved by voters, would protect state lands from being sold or given away without public comment.

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