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Malloy is the Anti-Christie

Mar 1, 2011
Chion Wolf

Wednesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told MSNBC that he’ll be waiting at the border for Connecticut’s jobs after Governor Dannel Malloy’s proposed tax hike drives business out of Connecticut. Malloy responded to his claims again Thursday.

Malloy drew a line between him and Christie by wanting to slightly raise taxes to help balance his state’s budget.

“I suppose I’m the anti-Christie.”

Photo by Mira Hartford via Flicker Creative Commons

Looks like if you have overdue -- the wrong kind of "outstanding" --  parking tickets in Hartford, this could be your chance. From the press release it sounds like you’ll be able to pay the ticket but not the related fees. Release is below.

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HARTFORD ANNOUNCES PARKING TICKETAMNESTY PROGRAM
—NEWS ADVISORY FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25—
4:00 p.m. — Mayor Segarra and the Hartford Parking Authority will announce a Parking Ticket Amnesty Program for the month of March.

Denise Nappier Hospitalized

Feb 28, 2011
Chion Wolf Photo

Treasurer Denise L. Nappier remains hospitalized today after seeking help Friday for what her staff described only as "a hyper-tension-related illness."

The treasurer's office issued a brief statement today saying that Nappier sought treatment Friday afternoon at Hartford Hospital.

"She is resting comfortably and handling work-related matters as necessary," the statement said. "Treasurer Nappier asks for privacy as she recovers fully."

Flickr Creative Commons, Tim Green aka atoach

A recent round of questions about conflicts of interest in the U.S. Supreme Court may place all three branches of government on a collision course.

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's decision earlier this week to intervene in the board of education's search for a superintendent continues to reverberate.  WNPR's Jeff Cohen reports.

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