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It’s one of the world’s great literary mysteries: a 15th century book full of bizarre illustrations of imaginary plants, astrological signs, surreal figures and landscapes. Its origins are unknown, its creator anonymous. And it’s written entirely in an unknown language that’s stumped the world’s greatest codebreakers.

Rep. DeLauro Proposes Drug Price Review Board

Oct 13, 2016
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Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, D-CT3, says she will introduce legislation next month to create a new drug review board to investigate significant price changes in prescriptions and medical devices, like the EpiPen.

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On Wednesday Governor Dannel Malloy, D-Conn., appointed Arthur House, the head of the state Public Utility Regulatory Authority to a newly created position of state chief cybersecurity risk officer.

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A new United Way of Connecticut economic report shows the state’s median income is on the rise and poverty levels are decreasing.

Save The Sound Releases 2016 Report Card

Oct 11, 2016
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The Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its Save the Sound program released its 2016 report card that grades the water quality of Long Island Sound.