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A Quinnipiac University poll released today shows that American voters are more concerned with health care and race relations than the economy.  

Pollster Tim Malloy says 22 percent of voters said that healthcare is the most important problem facing the nation today. 19 percent said race relations, and 15 percent said the economy.

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There is a warehouse shortage on Long Island. The reason is e-commerce.

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Global markets continued the sell-off that started on Wall Street on Wednesday. Europe, the UK, and Asia are all down one percent or more. In the U.S., Dow futures are also down.

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The Connecticut House approved a bill on Wednesday designed to help small businesses in the state.

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Is the stock market overvalued at current levels? A lot of analysts think so. On the other hand, there are analysts who think the market has room to move higher. For both sides, a lot depends on what's going on in Washington, D.C.