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Police in Shelton fired for peeping. Also, Trump has pivoted his ads, and those who want to tax the rich see glimmers of hope.

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A state Supreme Court judge ruled that Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont’s executive orders that shut down business amid the pandemic were constitutional.

Handful Of Anti-Mask Protesters Heckle Lamont

Sep 18, 2020
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Protesters followed Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont to another press conference Thursday in Windsor Locks. Lamont was there to celebrate a transit-oriented development project at Montgomery Mill.

Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo (file photo)
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It's official. Connecticut ended its last fiscal year in June with a $39 million surplus. And the state now has more than $3 billion in its rainy day fund. Comptroller Kevin Lembo made the announcement on Thursday.

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New York’s Comptroller says federal coronavirus relief funding missed the mark and ended up shortchanging the communities hard hit by the virus — and Long Island should have got another $300 million dollars.

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