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200 people in a commuter lot at 2am and no one told them to move along?

Ask the governor and legislators if this has anything to do with their new law enforcement deformation.

This is how the virus continues to spread, stupid people.

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Almost all the non Connecticut stories come from CNN.

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Maybe if they spend more time brainstorming on how to go back to school instead of painting their cars and making noise. Or is that not allowed in their union contracts?

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Gov. Ned Lamont responded to the increase on Thursday, saying “along the way everyone got a big electric bill last week. Much of that is related to you being home, it was hot, air conditioning was on, and electric usage was up something like 35 percent. We'll do all we can to help you mak…

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Why the rush to pass all the new laws now? Guilt? Blumenthal 9 years, Murphy 7 years, Courtney 13 years, DeLauro 29 years, Larson 21 years, Hayes 1 year, Himes, 11 years.

How much research and meetings with law enforcement has there been? Or are you simply over reacting to recent ev…

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I don't believe we have systemic racism in America. We have people who are racist. We have people who are evil. The people with bad behavior make the news. The people who are not racist one doesn't read about. Bad News Sells.

Removing law enforcement from schools, in the current env…

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Natural selection.

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Does WFSB ever have a national article from non CNN sources? Seems to be a very slanted view of national events. CNN tends to use unnamed sources and misquotes in their articles. Fauci never once mentioned POTUS in his interview.

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EverSource and PURA are so corrupt. Their solution to the rate increase is to use less electricity. We have insulated, upgraded, use clothesline and bundle up in winter. The more we decrease our usage the higher the price goes. To blame Covid is a disgrace. We need more control on Eversou…

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CEA and nationwide teacher unions are powerful groups in American education, they use their power to promote these special interests—in collective bargaining, in politics—and this often leads them to do things that are not good for children or for schools. -- Brookings Institution Press