Wednesday, April 18, 2012
New York Times health columnist Tara Parker-Pope this week explores the challenges that new devotees of veganism can face in a meat-based world. Online, go here.
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On July 1 motorists will experience one of the largest gasoline tax increases in Connecticut history.
Prices are estimated to rise nearly 4 cents per gallon.
Hartford will receive the most state aid next fiscal year -- some $257 million -- and Lyme the least, a little more than $300,000.
How did your city or town make out in aid to education and other grants? Was it one of the nine municipalities that will be flat-funded for the next two years?
'Connecticut's budget deficit, and why you should be worried' by Mirror budget reporter Keith Phaneuf
Part One: "Promises, gimmicks and a historic shortfall"
Part Two: "Major concessions deal undermined by bad guesses, secrecy
Part Three: Serious deficit awaits Malloy -- or his successor -- after 2014
Read how Gov. Malloy reacted to our series.
Listen to budget reporter Keith Phaneuf talk about the budget in this special podcast.
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