Farrar Pitches State Spending to Subsidize Local News Outlets

State Rep. Kate Farrar, D-West Hartford (Contributed).


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HARTFORD — A Connecticut lawmaker is proposing that the state government spend as much as $5 million dollars on advertising in local news outlets to help bolster the faltering media industry.


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Robert Storace

Robert Storace is a veteran reporter with stints at New Britain Herald, the New Haven Register, the Connecticut Post, Hartford Business Journal and the Connecticut Law Tribune. Storace covers the State Capitol for CT Examiner. T: 203 437 5950