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In his final State of the State address on Wednesday, Connecticut Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy says fairness is the reason why Connecticut is sticking to policies that are contrary to what he says is growing inequity in Washington. He urged state lawmakers to send a signal to the rest of the nation, and the world, that Connecticut is a place that will always recognize fairness and equality.

Winter Driving Safety From A Race Car Pro

Feb 7, 2018
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On Tuesday at Lime Rock Park in Litchfield County, Chevrolet gave WSHU’s Anthony Moatan the opportunity to drive recklessly in the snow without fear of police tickets or higher insurance rates.

Jessica Hill / AP

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is to give his final State of the State address to lawmakers at the beginning their 2018 legislative session on Wednesday. The Democrat, who’s not seeking a third term, is expected to call for the return of highway tolls, spending cuts and a range of tax changes.

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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has released a preview of the budget proposal he’ll be presenting to state lawmakers on Wednesday. It includes a provision aimed at helping Connecticut taxpayers get around the new $10,000 federal limit on state and local property tax deductions.

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A Sacred Heart University poll finds Connecticut residents are concerned about high taxes and quality of life. Nearly a third say their quality of life is decreasing. And three-quarters say they’re worried about high energy costs.