Government

Fining workers not just companies
6:17 am
Thu April 10, 2014

NY's top banking regulator tries new tactic

Ben Lawsky, Superintendent of New York's Department of Financial Services, speaking at the Long Island Association
Credit Charles Lane

New York’s top banking regulator says he wants to crackdown on not just companies involved in financial scandals, he wants the punish the workers too. Superintendent of New York’s Department of Financial Services Ben Lawsky was on Long Island Wednesday talking about this and other regulatory changes on the horizon.  

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Stamford
1:28 pm
Wed April 9, 2014

Mayor David Martin addresses business leaders with State of the City speech

Stamford Mayor David Martin delivering his first State of the City address to more than 200 people at a Chamber of Commerce lunch event Tuesday.
Credit Kaomi Goetz

Stamford Mayor David Martin outlined his agenda to the city’s business leaders Tuesday in his first State of the City address.

Martin addressed more than 200 people at a Stamford Chamber of Commerce lunch event.

The 36-minute speech outlined Martin’s plan to change the way city government works. 

  

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Politics
10:58 am
Wed April 9, 2014

Ted Kennedy Jr. announces run for state senate

File photo-Ted Kennedy Jr. speaks during a 2011 rally for then Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who was running for U.S. Senate.
Credit AP Photo/Bob Child

Another Kennedy is trying his hand in politics. Ted Kennedy Jr., the son of the late U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, announced Monday night he's pursuing a state senate seat in Connecticut.

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Teens can still seek treatment without consent
7:46 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Conn. task force to recommend the state raise the age for mental health consent to 18

A Connecticut task force is going to recommend that the state raise the legal age of consent for mental health treatment to 18. The task force made the decision on Tuesday.

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Tracking system sparks privacy concern
7:10 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

Lawmakers consider system to track Conn. students from pre-K to their first job

A bill that would allow Connecticut officials to track students from pre-K through to their first jobs was passed by the state General Assembly’s Higher Education Committee on Monday. The bill was approved despite some concerns the system might violate privacy rights.

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