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Keeping the lights on

Jon Tyson
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The cost of electricity creeps upward in Connecticut. The Shinnecock tribal nation enters the conversation on offshore wind. A closer look at health outcomes for Connecticut’s Black population. And, Bridgeport gets its first National Historic Landmark.

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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