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Care 4 Kids Is Back In Business

November 9, 2017

Care 4 Kids, the state’s primary child-care support program, has been reopened, and eligible families on the wait list can now begin to enroll.

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New laws effective Oct. 1

October 2, 2017

Several new laws went into effect on Oct. 1, including: Stiffer penalties for hate crimes, protections for pregnant women in the workplace, changes to the age and weight requirements for car seats, the formation of a Small Business Hotline and protections against the Civil Asset Forfeiture law.

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Update on Budget Negotiations

September 26, 2017

Governor Malloy is convening leaders of all four caucuses to move the discussion closer to agreement on a budget for the biennium.

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GOP Budget Axes Help For Thousands

September 21, 2017

Blasting the Republican-passed state budget, Rep. Roland Lemar says a cut to the community college system sends a message to future employers that the state is not open for business. Many community college students are Connecticut high school graduates who find a home here, get a start here and become part of the workforce of the future here, Lemar said in this New Haven Independent news story.

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