Monthly Archives: October 2018

Rich Die Old – Poor Die Young in CT

IN A STATE OF GREAT WEALTH, ALL THE HEALTH CARE SOME CAN AFFORD –by Keith M. Phaneuf –October 15, 2018– The CT Mirror– Up until Sally Grossman became pregnant in 2012 at the age of 30, she had been trying…

Connecticut Cuts the Future – How to Kill an Economy

Unkept Promises: State Cuts to Higher Education Threaten Access and Equity   OCTOBER 4, 2018- BY- MICHAEL MITCHELL —MICHAEL LEACHMAN— KATHLEEN MASTERSON — SAMANTHA WAXMAN A decade since the Great Recession hit, state spending on public colleges and universities remains well below historical levels. Overall state funding…

Sickening Inequality — CT 3rd Most Unequal State!

Connecticut in Crisis: How inequality is paralyzing ‘America’s country club’ The state is caught in an economic straitjacket and there’s no easy way out By Jared Bennett  July 26, 2018 –Center for Public Integrity Main Street in Bridgeport, the largest city in…

Hey! Invest in Connecticut, Don’t Cut and Run. You’ll Be Sorry.

Stanley Black & Decker CEO: GE Leaving Connecticut One Of ‘A Lot Of Bad Decisions’ It Made James Loree, chief executive officer of Stanley Black & Decker Inc. (David Archambault, Tunxis Community College) Stephen Singer, Contact Reporter, ssinger@courant.com, Hartford Courant, 10/2/18  The…

Sad. GE a Bad Penny – Massachusetts’ Problem Now!

General Electric Ousts CEO As Company Continues To Struggle Since Move From Connecticut General Electric Chairman and CEO John Flannery is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) (Richard Drew…