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9:43 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Big-Time Home Sales Stoking Real Estate Market

The housing market is trying to regain its footing, yet sales have slipped in much of the country. One exception is in Connecticut, where sales – especially of expensive homes – are doing well. We look at one history-making sale in Greenwich, Connecticut that's setting the tone for springtime homesellers. 

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Lawmakers urged to show more leadership in housing
4:58 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Nonprofit: Long Island housing uncompetitive, unsustainable

A rendering of the Ronkonkoma Hub project set to bring 1,500 apartments near the Ronkonkoma train station.
Credit Handout

An advocate for affordable housing warned Suffolk County lawmakers Wednesday that Long Island is losing the competition for future residents. Lawmakers were told current zoning laws are forcing young professionals to flee Long Island.  

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Bills await action in the state House
10:49 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Conn. State Senate passes bills intended to help consumers

The Connecticut State Capitol building (file photo)
Credit AP Photo/Jessica Hill

Tuesday was a busy day for the Connecticut State Senate. It passed a range of bills intended to help the consumer. Those include one bill that could give police chiefs in cities and towns a say over the renewal of liquor permits and another to modernize the state's Do Not Call Registry.

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Rules will impact where turbines can be built
7:04 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Wind turbine moratorium in Conn. ended with approval of new regulations

A wind turbine in Oklahoma
Credit AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki

Connecticut lawmakers broke an impasse Tuesday, approving regulations for wind power. The approval ends a moratorium on new wind turbines in the state.

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Comments were made during a creative writing class
6:40 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Professor apologizes for calling Congressional GOP 'racist, misogynist, money grubbing people.'

An adjunct professor at Eastern Connecticut State University has apologized for calling the Republicans in Congress “racist, misogynist, money-grubbing people.’ He said it during a class on Monday. The apology comes after GOP leaders in Connecticut expressed outrage that a teacher at a state university would make such comments.

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