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New York State has spent $8.1 million to install hundreds of "I Love NY" highway signs that are the subject of a dispute with the federal government.

Federal and state officials are working to resolve the dispute over the legality of the signs.

Federal highway officials say the signs don't comply with federal regulations.

Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration argues they give an important boost to the state's tourism industry by highlighting local products and sites.

Courtesy of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would help cities and towns raise money to purchase land to preserve as open space.

Building Political Engagement In New England's Muslim Community

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Muslims in America are the subject of heated political debate, but they account for a very small number of elected politicians in New England.

Courtesy of Connecticut Coalition Against Crumbling Basements

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy wants to create a state loan program to help thousands of homeowners in northeastern Connecticut who are dealing with crumbling concrete foundations.

Courtesy of Connecticut Hospital Association

The Connecticut Hospital Association is pushing back against Governor Dannel Malloy’s proposal to end local property tax exemptions for hospitals. The proposal is contained in the governor’s two-year state budget plan that was presented to lawmakers earlier this month.

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