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-Carol Platt Liebau at May Press Briefing at the Capitol
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Proponents for the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) plan to use a special legislative session in September to implement the program in Connecticut, according to a key supporter. Legislative leaders haven’t yet announced formal plans for a special session....
**This is the third article in our series on the eviction moratorium. Read the first and second installments by following the links** Jennifer owns a multi-family house in Bristol in which she lives on the second-floor apartment and rents out the bottom and top floor...
The Fitch Files: Connecticut’s eviction moratorium prompts constitutional questions. “I’ve never felt more hated by my government.”
**This is the second story in a series on Connecticut’s eviction moratorium. Read the first story here and the third story here** A Facebook post on March 30 of 2021 by David Haberfeld went viral and gained the attention of television news media across the...
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