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Connecticut struggles in its third month without a budget and faces a deadline where Gov. Dannel Malloy will have to start cutting municipal aid.
Angry responses percolated over the Memorial Day weekend and erupted Tuesday in public protest.
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Uncertainty about state aid has analysts concerned about capital city’s general obligation and stadium bonds.
Critics argue that the land-value taxes are helpful in a city where values are increasing but not so much in cities where they're stagnant.
- By The Pew Charitable Trusts
The Smart Cities Council wants more municipalities to assess their ability to innovate and start pursuing smart energy and broadband solutions.
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