Check out Raising Hale -- there's an eyebrow-raising report on how, thanks to the First Five (the state's primary economic development program under Governor Malloy's leadership), taxpayers have ended up subsidizing shorter commutes for five CEO's.
- Connecticut isn’t paying enough to prevent pension debt growth, according to Pew
- Change in pension discount rates increase liabilities $9 billion on balance sheet
- Auditors highlight “potential conflict of interest” surrounding UConn Health Center CEO
- Rep. Josh Elliott, champion of the $15 minimum wage, pays employees $10.50 per hour
- Connecticut labeled “untruthful” for hiding $10 billion in retiree healthcare costs