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Residents of Danbury, Greenwich, Enfield and other border towns deluged state legislators Wednesday with emails urging them to oppose highway tolls. "It would almost appear to be political suicide for anyone to go down this path," said Sen. Toni Boucher, R-Wilton, who is joining other Republicans in opposing tolls in Connecticut. Comment?
Three Connecticut nursing homes have been cited and fined by the state Department of Public Health for violations, including two instances in which residents were physically injured. Wilton Meadows Health Care Center was fined $1,160 for an incident that took place in May 2014. Comment?
Signaling that he's ready for a political fight over Connecticut's long-term transportation plans, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday dismissed the GOP's new $37 billion proposal as partisan position paper. "It's not a plan and you know it's not a plan," Malloy told reporters Wednesday morning. Comment?
United by a sense of urgency to improve I-95 and the Metro-North railroad, a bipartisan caucus of Fairfield County legislators is campaigning to put southwestern Connecticut at the front of the line for transportation infrastructure funds. Fairfield County not only produces more than 45 percent of the state's tax revenue, it also serves as Connecticut's - and all of New England's - central gateway from New York, six legislators said at a press conference Friday at the Capitol. Comment?
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