Climate Bill, A.I., Consumer Protection Bills Fall Short as Lawmakers Wrap Up Short Session

The view from Senate chambers in the Capitol at midnight, after the session was over (CT Examiner)


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HARTFORD – It's not what passed, it's what didn't pass, that may define this year's short legislative session, including a broad-reaching climate change bill, a consumer protection omnibus, and a bil...

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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