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Tag Archives: Op-ed

Op-Ed: Bullying starts at home

We as a society are facing a situation that gets worse everyday. Two weeks ago in Stamford, a 12-year-old girl was arrested for disorderly conduct in connection with a bullying…

Op-ed: State needs balanced budget, not spending

It’s a fact that state spending is out of control and Connecticut is facing a $3 billion budget deficit over the next two years. Yet, the two budgets proposed by…

Op-ed: Mismanaged finances holding state’s economy back

In a recent article published by Barron’s Financial Magazine, states were ranked based on their ability to properly manage their finances. The article combined debt and unfunded pension liabilities relative…

Op-ed: Time to kick state’s reckless spending habits

On July 8, 2011, the town of Seymour faced devastation on a scale the likes of which hasn’t been seen in decades. A freak thunderstorm dropped more than five inches of…