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Paying for college could get a little easier for some students in Connecticut. The state Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would let undocumented students apply for financial aid programs administered by their college.

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Clean air advocates say residents of Connecticut and Suffolk County are breathing unhealthy air.

The American Lung Association has released its annual report card, which gives a failing grade for ozone pollution to every county in Connecticut and to Suffolk County on Long Island.

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Michael Mathis climbed the stairs and opened a door onto the roof of 101 State St. in downtown Springfield, overlooking a construction site he says will be one of the largest private developments in Western Massachusetts’ history — MGM Springfield, a planned 14-acre resort casino.
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With the New York primary over, the presidential candidates now focus attention on next Tuesday’s primaries in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut. The polls are indicating a tight race on the Democratic side in Connecticut.

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A trial date has been set for a lawsuit against Remington Arms brought by some of the families of victims and one survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. They’re suing the weapons manufacturer for marketing the weapon used in the shooting to civilians. The suit is now in the discovery phase.