State Senate Passes Bill to Reform Connecticut’s Port Authority

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A bill meant to add transparency to the embattled Connecticut Port Authority passed the Connecticut Senate on Wednesday with the vocal support of southeastern Connecticut lawmakers. The bill – proposed by area lawmakers after several years of high profile issues tied to the quasi-public agency established in 2014 to manage the state’s ports – passed […]
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