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Utility companies...that work?

Bert Kaufmann
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Connecticut’s electric utilities could get an incentive system. MTA finances are under the microscope — again. Connecticut lawmakers come together to hammer out a two-year budget. And the clock’s ticking for Connecticut’s state universities to reach a deal with lawmakers on funding.

Desiree reports on the lives of military service members, veterans, and their families for WSHU as part of the American Homefront project. Born and raised in Connecticut, she now calls Long Island home.
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