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Print Edition | Government & Politics

Competitive concerns drive debate over free college, but financial restraints could limit impact

Competitive concerns are driving the debate to offer free community college in the state, but financial restraints could limit the impact.
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Print Edition | Economy & Labor

CT Airport Authority sees growth potential beyond Bradley International

The Connecticut Airport Authority is eyeing growth opportunities beyond Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.
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Print Edition | Energy & Utilities

Hartford startup’s boiler aims to turn heat into electricity

When you're making heat, why not also make electricity? That's the idea behind Enviro Power, a Hartford-based startup seeking to give a green upgrade to the billion-dollar heating industry.
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Agriculture

CT eyes Hurlburt as next AG commish

Tolland's Bryan Hurlburt, an ex-state lawmaker who supports commercial hemp legislation, is the governor's nominee to head the state Agriculture Department, authorities say.
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Print Edition | Economy & Labor

Luciano leads labor through turbulent times

When Sal Luciano took a job as a social worker with the Connecticut Department of Children and Youth Services in 1980, he quickly saw gaps in what was expected of employees there, and the resources...