Connecticut Headlines

Connecticut Needs More Time to Recover, Economist Says
New Haven Register

Foley: Ansonia Locals Know their Needs
Connecticut Post

Tim Herbst Says State Treasurer Denise Nappier Is Scared to Debate
Hearst Media

EPA Rejects Most of $511M Tappan Zee Loan
Fairfield County Business Journal

Teachers’ Retirement Board Must Fix Financials
Hartford Courant

Access Health Plans Much Smaller Enrollment Assistance Effort this Time
CT Mirror

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CONNECTICUT HEADLINES

Connecticut Needs More Time to Recover, Economist Says
New Haven Register

Foley: Ansonia Locals Know their Needs
Connecticut Post

Tim Herbst Says State Treasurer Denise Nappier Is Scared to Debate
Hearst Media

EPA Rejects Most of $511M Tappan Zee Loan
Fairfield County Business Journal

Teachers’ Retirement Board Must Fix Financials
Hartford Courant

Access Health Plans Much Smaller Enrollment Assistance Effort this Time
CT Mirror

NATIONAL HEADLINES

America Soars Back into the Space Age
Industry Week

Dems Give Business a Thorny Embrace
The Hill

Mortgage Applications Rise after Holiday, but So Do Rates
CNBC

Report: Federal Auto Regulators Ignored Early Information on Ignition Switch Failure
Washington Post

U.S. Incomes End 6-Year Decline, Just Barely
Wall Street Journal

Elizabeth the Last Queen of Scotland? Not So Fast.
Christian Science Monitor

Foley: Traffic ‘Shameful’; Malloy: Progress

Gov. Malloy says more money has been spent to improve Connecticut’s roads and mass transit than under previous administrations

Malloy, Foley Promise More Transportation Funds

Foley said the state has under-invested in its transportation infrastructure

Foley, Malloy to Have Six More Debates

The final six debates will be packed into the last five weeks of the campaign.

Internet Poll: Dead Heat in Governor’s Race

Poll released Thursday shows Gov. Malloy and Tom Foley tied with 37% of the vote.

Jobs, Spending Concerns Give Foley Poll Lead

Likely voters say Republican Tom Foley would do a better job on the economy and state spending

Uncontested Races Are Bad for Democracy

The increasing number of uncontested races for the General Assembly is a bad sign for democracy in Connecticut.

Debicella Runs in Moderate GOP Tradition

Debicella, 39, is hoping voter disgust with Congress and his appeal as a moderate Republican in a district will be a winning combination

Malloy Vows Better Bus System

Speaking in New Haven, Gov. Malloy promises to turn his attention to improving the city’s beleaguered bus service