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Capitol IdeasYo! The Senate Finance Committee may vote on a pension reform bill Wednesday. But which pension reform bill will the committee take up? Could it take up the far-sweeping, Gov. Tom Corbett-endorsed bill introduced in May by the committee chairman,......
Change of SubjectFor Wednesday's print column, in advance of the special legislative session in Springfield on Wednesday to take another stab at pension reform, I initiated an email dialogue with Anders Lindall, right, spokesman for the local chapter of the American...
The Hartford CourantA little-noticed bill, given final approval by legislators on June 4, could reinstate the disputed pension of controversial East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. – who made national news in 2012 by saying he might have some tacos on the day four of his...
A court victory for 2,800 state employees laid off in 2003 will cost Connecticut taxpayers dearly. The federal appeals court ruling will impose a big burden on any governor trying to negotiate with unions to ease a financial crisis. Under the ruling, a...
An intelligence contractor's disclosure of covert National Security Agency surveillance programs reopened a debate Monday over how much the government relies on private companies for spy work and whether those firms must do more to vet employees and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBerkeley County’s longest serving elected office holder was honored for 56 years of dedicated public service on Thursday. More than 100 people, including elected officials as well as community and business leaders, gathered to recognize John W....
State Attorney General George Jepsen said Thursday that his office will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court a recent ruling that gave state employee unions a major victory in a 2003 case concerning then-Gov. John G. Rowland's layoff of more than 2,800...
ReutersROME (Reuters) - A deeper-than-expected recession is hurting Italy's public finances but it can still keep the budget deficit below 3 percent of output without more fiscal tightening, Economy Minister Fabrizio Saccomanni said on Thursday. Saccomanni, a...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA former treasurer for Amherst County is facing criminal charges. Evelyn Martin was indicted Tuesday on two counts of embezzlement by a public officer and one count of money laundering. All three offenses are felonies. State police arrested Martin...
ReutersATHENS (Reuters) - Greek labor unions called a 24-hour strike on June 13 to protest against the sudden closure of state broadcaster ERT, union officials said on Wednesday. "We want to show our solidarity to the state TV workers and protest against...
ReutersJAKARTA/BANGKOK (Reuters) - Government and security officials in parts of Asia have been sending sensitive information and policy documents via e-mail services offered by U.S. web giants, and concerns are spreading that these may have been monitored and...
ReutersWASHINGTON, June 11 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's intelligence czar this week sent a message to tens of thousands of U.S. intelligence community workers, reemphasizing the need to safeguard sensitive data in the wake of a contract employee's leak...
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