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Black Panthers Occupy Tomorrow?

  This is not a column, this is a call to action. Sunday afternoon, a crowd more than 100 gathered at the church of democracy, the Hartford Public Library, to worship action, past, present and future. The ceremony consisted of...
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Greenwich Stands Its Ground

Governments of, by and for the people – run by human beings – are inevitably prone to mistakes. The test of good government is how those running an administration deal with a mishap, or worse yet, illegal actions. What if...
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Raise the Wages for CRRA’s Lowest Paid Trash Sorters

President Obama just announced a game changer. He has long campaigned for a raise in the  federal minimum wage. To push that, he signed an executive order to raise the wage floor to $10.10 per hour for any company or...
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