Connecticut

CT-N

A Connecticut lawmaker is criticizing state legislative leaders for taking over CT-N, the public affairs cable channel and website that has covered the state legislature and government since 1999.

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Connecticut's state budget debate is over...at least for now. On Wednesday Connecticut’s House of Representatives passed fixes to the state budget that were approved by the State Senate on Tuesday.

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There’s a tiny island off the coast of Connecticut. Its residents are more than ten thousand little white seabirds called terns. They have long orange beaks and sometimes ominous black tufts on their heads. There might be more terns on this island than anywhere on earth. And for fifty years, one woman has served as steward and caretaker.

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Lawyers representing the families of victims of the 2012 school shooting in Newtown asked the Connecticut Supreme Court to let them sue Remington Arms, the gun manufacturer that produced the Bushmaster AR-15-style rifle used in the shooting. The gun was purchased by the shooter’s mother.

Johnathon Henninger

On Tuesday, the Connecticut Senate voted unanimously to approve some fixes to the $41 billion two-year state budget it passed last month. The State House of Representatives takes up the bill on Wednesday.

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