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CHALLENGE: Education is the human rights issue of our time. Education is a springboard for confidence and success and we need to make sure that all families and all kids have access to the same opportunities regardless of race, background, zip code or income.

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  • Have equal access to high quality schools.
  • Get the education and services that fit their specific needs.
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Why are electricity costs spiking in Connecticut?

Why are electricity costs spiking in Connecticut?

Why are electric costs going up in Connecticut? Does it have to do with a 2017 bill passed related to the Millstone nuclear power plant? Millstone is a major supplier of electricity to the New England market. According to a 2019 Reuters article, Millstone provides...

Carol’s Column: Just Looking Out For #1

Carol’s Column: Just Looking Out For #1

Sitting in our family room last night, my eyes fell on a pair of upholstered chairs routinely occupied by my husband and son. The arms of both have grown frayed and a little shabby over time – but they’re like old friends; as a tiny boy, my son would jump and crawl...

SEEC fines state firefighter union over missing PAC money

SEEC fines state firefighter union over missing PAC money

The Connecticut State Elections and Enforcement Commission handed down a small fine to the Connecticut Uniformed Professional Firefighters Association over $28,233 that was unaccounted for in the union’s political action committee. The SEEC determined the UPFFA PAC...

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