The Courant took a close, revealing look at Sen. Gaffey’s PAC over the weekend. It isn’t pretty.
Sen. Dodd attacked his wife’s critics in an editorial.
As budget talks drag on, many groups are concerned about funding.
A new terminal at Bradley will be named after Ella Grasso.
Swine flu in Danbury! …Are we still worried about that? No? Never mind.
Portland voters are considering that town’s budget today. Many other towns will be holding budget referendums over the next few weeks.
The chair of the House transportation committee sees commuter rail in the Connecticut Valley as a natural fit. That’s good news for us.
Speaking of trains, there was a great piece about Michael Dukakis’ transit vision in the Courant this weekend.
The “Silver Alert” bill is expected to come up for a vote in the House soon.
What else is going on?