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Private-sector employment in Connecticut topped 1.38 million in August, new data show, bringing employment just above January 2011 levels. The state added 35,600 jobs between January and September, and has recovered 72 percent of the jobs lost between February and April 2020. The U.S. economy, by comparison, has recovered 81 percent.
The allegations made by Council Chairman Tom Gullotta against Republican candidates for Town Council and Board of Education in his letter that appeared in The Citizen on September 23, were not consistent with the events as reported, and even recorded. Here is another view.
Over the protestations of Republicans and some Democrats in the House of Representatives and the Senate – along with protestations from groups gathered outside…
This special meeting was called due to Republican efforts, to ensure transparency and accountability in town decision-making.
- Yankee Institute for Public Policy
- Connecticut Senate Republicans and Legislative Activity
- The Federalist
- Just the News
- American Thought Leaders
- Judicial Watch Weekly Update
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