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On behalf of the entire staff and Board of Directors, I’d like to thank the program's producer Cindy Liburd for providing the context we all needed to better understand how our state government operates." The final episode of Capitol Report will review the latest in legislative leaders' continued efforts to reach a bipartisan agreement on a state budget as a court injunction is filed to stop the school funding cuts featured in Governor Malloy's executive order.
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House Approves Union Concessions Deal and Both Chambers Consider Veto Override on CT-N Capitol Report: Week in Review Hartford, CT – This Friday at 7 p.m.
Connecticut Network (CT-N) viewers will recap the House of Representatives' vote on the union concessions deal, both legislative chambers' veto sessions and updates on the Hartford Rail Line on this week's episode of CT-N Capitol Report: Week in Review...
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