New Laws In CT For 2015
0 comments, 01/02/2015, by in CIVICS

A new year means new laws for our beautiful state. Take notes so you don't find yourself on the wrong side of the law. -Minimum wage is going up to $9.15 an hour -Metro North tickets are rising 1% in order to pay for new rail cars on the New Haven line -The price of hunting and fishing just got... Read more...

Tolls Coming To CT Roads?
0 comments, 12/30/2014, by in CIVICS

As a CT resident you know our roads aren't the best around. Perhaps you have blown a tire or thrown your alignment out of whack as a result of hitting one of our glorious potholes. Our roads need some care but the question is, how do we pay for it? Gov. Malloy hasn't provided a definitive answer ... Read more...

Newtown Families Sue Bushmaster and Others
0 comments, 12/16/2014, by in CIVICS

A negligence and wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by a law firm against Bushmaster, Camfour and Riverview Gun Sales stating that the manfactuer, distributor and seller respectively are culpable. The suit represents nine families who lost someone or were injured at the shooting at Sandy Hook E... Read more...

Is CT Ready for Gigabit Internet?
0 comments, 12/15/2014, by in CIVICS

If you are like me and devour bandwidth like it is your life's blood this is exciting news. Ten CT municipalities have committed to an initiative to bring their residents faster internet. Fairfield, Madison, Manchester, Meriden, Middletown, Milford, New Haven, Norwalk, Stamford and West Hartford hav... Read more...

Winter Is Here, Everybody Panic!
0 comments, 12/09/2014, by in CIVICS

If you are reading this after 11am you probably have no idea that we survived a winter disaster this morning. Before temperatures climbed to the balmy low 40s the heavens rained ice on our fair state and 80% of the population lost their minds. I don't pay attention to the weather reports because ... Read more...