Groups in Eastern CT are pushing for better transportation. Route 11, anyone? How about Route 6?
John Bolton's resignation was a big boost for Sen. Chris Dodd. Will it help him on the presidential campaign trail? If being a key figure in Bolton's ouster doesn't help, nothing will.
The New Haven Independent reports that some activists are gearing up to fight for universal health care. Neither Jim Amman nor Jodi Rell seem interested, however.
Update by Gabe - NH Register: Ranks of uninsured grow.
An estimated 6.4 percent of Connecticut’s population — 222,600 residents — lacked health insurance when they were surveyed over the summer, up from 5.8 percent in 2004, according to a study released Monday by the state Office of Health Care Access.
Working adults, most of whom have full-time employment, accounted for 61 percent of the state’s uninsured. Nearly two-thirds of those working adults are employed by firms that don’t offer health care benefits, and another 13 percent are not eligible for their employers’ coverage.
The state is looking at proposals for the Hartford Civic Center's next operator. Here's an idea: how about not Madison Square Garden again? They've run the place into the ground. Howard Baldwin's idea of renaming the AHL team the Whalers is weirdly compelling--although they'd be guaranteed never to win the Calder Cup again.
A Quick Poll: With all the talk about Obama, I'm curious:
What else is happening today?