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Was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.
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Why Furloughs Don't Do Much In State Budget Crisis
State worker furloughs are tempting as a way to ease the budget crunch but they don't save much in the end Though some legislators are exploring possible state employee furloughs, asking workers to take unpaid days off could be a troublesome fix for Connecticut's budget - for several reasons. In addition to the only modest savings from concessions reported in a new nonpartisan analysis, furloughs would leave a larger budget hole down the road and would be difficult to impose on unionized employees.

Tax incentives may see changes with two panel studies underway
Royal Bank of Scotland's offices at 600 Washington Boulevard in Stamford built with $100 million in tax credits from the state of Connecticut. With a reported 1,000 employees at the building, RBS is using just half the building with remaining space available for lease to other tenants.

Justin Bernier wants Connecticut Republican Chairman Chris Healy to resign
By Scott Benjamin, Staff Reporter Republican congressional contender Justin Bernier has called on state GOP Chairman Chris Healy to step down, citing, among other things, the party’s poor performance in the last two major elections, in which the party lost … Continue reading →

Chris Donovan pushes health care relief for Connecticut small business
By Mary O’Leary, Staff Reporter HARTFORD — Democratic House Speaker Christopher Donovan, D-Meriden, is hoping this fourth try is the charm as he and other lawmakers propose a health care initiative to help small businesses save on health care costs. … Continue reading →

Talk Of Hyatt Buying Starwood Raises Question About Stamford Workers
With news reports saying that Hyatt Hotels Corp. is in talks to buy Stamford-based Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, the natural question is: What happens to the employees in Stamford? The number of employees in Stamford has been falling, even as the company won another tax incentive and loan package from the state in May 2014. At the time of the announcement, Starwood had 980 employees; by the end of the year, it had 847.

Roraback says his first bill as congressman will be breast health legislation
Former Gov. M. Jodi Rell will appear with Andrew Roraback at a campaign event Wednesday at a breast health center following the 5th Congressional District debate in Waterbury. Rell and Roraback will be at the Hungerford Imaging Center with Nancy … Continue reading →

Andrew Roraback ties Connecticut death penalty repeal to early release program
By The Associated Press HARTFORD — The state’s new early release program for criminals who demonstrate good behavior is coming under criticism from a Republican state senator who says he will not support efforts to repeal Connecticut’s death penalty unless … Continue reading →

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