In The Loop – September 2, 2022

In The Loop – September 2, 2022

A three year shut-off moratorium is modestly extended It was announced this month that, excluding those who earn less than 60 percent of the state median income or receive government assistance, the moratorium on shutting off

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In The Loop – August 26, 2022

In The Loop – August 26, 2022

Where Have They Gone? The moderate voice in Connecticut politics is getting lost these days. If the primary election earlier in the month didn’t clearly demonstrate that, then I’m not sure what will. In my opinion,

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In The Loop – August 19, 2022

In The Loop – August 19, 2022

“Back to School”(a.k.a. campaign time) and report cards for the 2022 session have been issued! Right after the primaries, as candidates prep for campaign door knocking and phone banking activity after the Labor Day holiday, there’s

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In The Loop – August 12, 2022

In The Loop – August 12, 2022

Where oh where did the CT voters go? One word: missing As of Friday morning, there are still no “official” voter turnout numbers. Some back-of-the-envelope calculations put CT voter turnout at about 12-13% overall. Can you

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2022 Primary HQ – August 11, 2022                  

2022 Primary HQ – August 11, 2022  

Hot Legislative Primaries This year, a few races stood out above the rest as the hottest contests. Down in the 23rd State Senate district of Bridgeport and Stratford, embattled incumbent Dennis Bradley faced off against the

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In The Loop – August 5, 2022

In The Loop – August 5, 2022

Different strokes for different folks Hanging out in Connecticut’s northwest hills sure gives you a different look at the political landscape. While the people here are very socially progressive, you always get the clear message that

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In The Loop – July 29, 2022

In The Loop – July 29, 2022

The Race is On! With CT’s August 9th primary election right around the corner, you’ve probably noticed the increase in TV/radio/and social media advertising for those running for statewide office, and maybe a lot more in person

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In The Loop – July 22, 2022

In The Loop – July 22, 2022

CT Colleges and Universities Continue to Try to Reduce Expenses CT Agency Corner has been a featured part of In The Loop for about six years. We’ve continued to enjoy reporting on all the latest from

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In The Loop – July 15, 2022

In The Loop – July 15, 2022

One if by land, two if by sea and now three if by tweet! The famous quote from the poem “Paul Reveres Ride” was meant for the patriots to communicate as to the plans of the

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In The Loop – July 8, 2022

In The Loop – July 8, 2022

OPM Revises Revaluation Schedule for Municipalities The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) has utilized new legislative authority to adjust the property tax revaluation schedule for towns in order to incentivize more neighboring towns to consider

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