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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- With 77 of 78 precincts counted, voters in Springfield easily renewed a popular sales tax for road improvements for another three years. Also, voters in the Springfield School District passed a bond issue and a higher property tax...
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The Hartford CourantGas rewards points, savings bonds and the common meaning of "scheme" in different parts of the world have found their way into today's edition of "Is It Just Me?", where no question is too small for The Bottom Line. Remember, it's not just you. Other...
The Hartford CourantFunds began to flow on Thursday from a 2011 settlement between Swiss bank UBS and two dozen states, including Connecticut, and the District of Columbia, according to the state's attorney general. Ten Connecticut entities that had contracts with UBS...
Re "State urged to give up some parks," March 26 The public and its elected and appointed representatives should be very cautious about relinquishing control or ownership of California's state parks to other groups or agencies, as recommended by a...
This post has been updated, as indicated below.WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke warned Tuesday that the upcoming budget cuts under the so-called sequestration would create a "significant" burden on an economy that is growing only moderately. In his semi-annual economic report...
California will sell $2.7 billion worth of bonds in March, tapping the bond market for the first time since its credit rating was boosted earlier this year. The Golden State will sell $2.2 billion worth of general obligation bonds, which are tax-exempt,...
When it comes to generating income from investments, Americans' expectations for returns are significantly higher than what they are actually earning, according to a survey released this morning by Legg Mason Inc. “Our survey is telling us that...
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The Hartford CourantThere's money in poverty. Learning to work the system of government payments can mean lavish salaries under the guise of helping the poorest among us. Just ask Middletown-based Community Health Center Inc. CEO Mark Masselli, though he probably won't speak...
Mortgage rates moved sharply higher this week, with Freddie Mac pegging the typical rate on a 30-year fixed loan at 3.63%, up from 3.52% last week and 3.31% last fall when it set an all-time record low. Freddie Mac's weekly survey of what lenders are...
When it comes to high-speed railroads, much of the world is passing America by. Even countries like South Korea and Turkey have moved ahead of us. Here in the land of the Pennsylvania Railroad and steam-powered passenger trains that could exceed 110 mph...
The Hartford CourantThe State Bond Commission today approved $21.6 million in funding for the development of 777 Main Street in downtown Hartford into mixed-income apartments. Developer Bruce Becker envisions redeveloping the 26-story, former Bank of America building...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut's borrowing habit is a matter of great debate -- is it prudent or profligate? -- but for the time being at least, reports that Wall Street is punishing the state are not just exaggerated, but wrong, according to state Treasurer Denise L....
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