Check out Raising Hale — there’s an eyebrow-raising report on how, thanks to the First Five (the state’s primary economic development program under Governor Malloy’s leadership), taxpayers have ended up subsidizing shorter commutes for five CEO’s.
CT Taxpayers Fund Shorter CEO Commutes
Carol Platt Liebau
Carol has worked as an attorney, author, political and policy advisor, and media commentator. In addition to practicing law, she has served as legislative assistant to Senator Christopher S. “Kit” Bond of Missouri; as a consultant to the U.S. Senate campaigns of John D. Ashcroft of Missouri (1994) and Congressman Tom Campbell of California (2000 and 2010); and as law clerk to Reagan appointee Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.
INTRODUCTION About 124,000 Connecticut government employees belong to a labor union.[i] These include teachers, state agency employees, police officers and […]Read More
BAD DEAL: The Case Against the 2022 SEBAC Agreements
SUMMARY Governor Ned Lamont, on April 1, asked state lawmakers to ratify tentative agreements with 15 state government unions that […]Read More
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