by Charles A. Monagan
On Connecticut

October 2011

10/31/11

What's Next?

Blizzards, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, an earthquake—the only natural disaster Connecticut hasn't seen in 2011 is . . .

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The Valley Takes Exception

10/27/11

The Valley Takes Exception

Our latest "Rating the Towns" survey has ruffled some feathers in The Valley.

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10/26/11

The Job of Making Jobs

Agree or disagree with his tactics, but it's hard to fault the governor's effort when it comes to courting big business.

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10/25/11

Scaring Up More Contempt

One lawmaker's new plan for Halloween is scaring up a bit of opposition.

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10/18/11

Make Way for Nanny

Sen. Blumenthal wants chewing tobacco banned from the World Series. He should first make sure his own house (the U.S. Senate) is in order.

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10/17/11

A Quiet Life and a Public Death

Ten years has passed since an elderly Seymour woman was among those killed by anthrax.

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10/14/11

School Construction: Robbing Us Blind

No one in Connecticut seems to question the runaway costs of new school construction. But someone should.

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10/13/11

Medical Home Sweet Home

Even though the numbers continue to increase, there's still confusion about patient-centered medical homes.

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10/12/11

Really, Really Boring

Who cares which colleges play in which leagues?

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10/06/11

Occupy This

Anti-Greed Demonstrations in Hartford and New Haven are pretty meaningless, but there is a place in Connecticut . . .

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10/03/11

Budget Blues

Just because it's not officially budget season, doesn't mean that people aren't concerned about how the state is spending its money.

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