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Suffolk County has settled lawsuits against six pharmaceutical companies. Things are looking gross in the Great South Bay, alcohol sales in Connecticut skyrocketed during the pandemic, and some uncertainty over changing COVID rules in the New York State Senate.

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Alcohol sales in Connecticut sky-rocketed when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Experts say with pandemic restrictions lifting residents have sought help for problematic drinking habits.

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Connecticut restaurants will be able to continue to sell alcohol to-go through June 2024 thanks to new legislation.

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New York lawmakers will likely not be extending alcohol to go at restaurants and bars as part of their actions on the final day of the legislative session. Restaurant and tavern owners, who are still struggling financially, expressed their disappointment.

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Connecticut’s offer of a complimentary adult drink to restaurant patrons who have been vaccinated kicked off on Wednesday.

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