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CT Taxpayers Fund Shorter CEO Commutes

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.

State Troopers doubling pay with overtime due to staffing shortage, as state braces for mass retirements

An audit of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection found that 56 percent of state troopers singled out for review earned more than 100 percent of their base salary through overtime. “These employees’ base salaries ranged from $44,129 to $83,137, while overtime ranged from $50,968 to $190,677,” the ...

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Gov. Lamont announces new website for Connecticut’s paid family and medical leave program

Gov. Ned Lamont announced in a press release a new website aimed at helping Connecticut residents navigate the state’s paid family and medical leave program, which is set to being in January of 2021. “No one should have to choose between caring for their family when they need it most, ...

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