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Feds Approve Tribes Casino in East Windsor

The federal government has approved a planned casino in East Windsor, Connecticut after years of delay. The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes are now moving forward with construction.

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Is Legal Marijuana Faltering In New York?

The chance to include the legalization of adult recreational marijuana in the state budget is fading, now that Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to be backing away from the proposal.

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Plans For Connecticut Tolls Approved By Legislative Committee

The effort to bring back tolls to Connecticut highways cleared a hurdle on Wednesday. State lawmakers on the transportation committee advanced three different toll bills.

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A lawsuit filed against the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich claims employees knew at least nine boys had been sexually abused by a counselor in the 1970s and ‘80s and did nothing to stop it.

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The federal government has approved a planned casino in East Windsor, Connecticut after years of delay. The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes are now moving forward with construction.

The College Debt Crisis

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In the United States, over 1.5 trillion dollars is owed in student debt. In Connecticut, students carry a debt load of $17 billion overall. On Long Island, the average student owes about $35,000. It’s burning a hole in their pockets, and it’s a never ending problem. What are experts saying we can do to fix this? Our Guests:

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The chance to include the legalization of adult recreational marijuana in the state budget is fading, now that Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to be backing away from the proposal.

Elisa Amendola / AP

The effort to bring back tolls to Connecticut highways cleared a hurdle on Wednesday. State lawmakers on the transportation committee advanced three different toll bills.

DEEP Releases Blue Plan

Mar 20, 2019
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Environmental officials in Connecticut have released the first draft of a long-awaited map and inventory of Long Island Sound.

Fire Destroys Buildings At Silver Sands State Park

Mar 20, 2019
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A fire at Silver Sands State Park in Milford destroyed three buildings that were under construction Tuesday night.

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Small business owners in Suffolk County say there are more jobs than applicants for seasonal work. Foreign workers fill in the gaps through visa programs, but federal limits have delayed the hiring process.

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A former Goldman Sachs partner who worked at the firm during the 2008 housing crash may soon head up Connecticut's economic development office. David Lehman volunteered for the job but he’s yet to be confirmed. Lehman would be expected to turn around cities hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis.

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The Connecticut Supreme Court decided Sandy Hook families could move forward with their lawsuit against Remington. This could mean the gun manufacturer will have to reveal its advertising strategy and open it up to more lawsuits. The families hope it will help stop gun violence.  What is the impact of the Connecticut Supreme Court decision? Today’s guests:

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