by Kate Dwyer
This was originally published on December 4, 2018 by the Connecticut General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Research as a Research Report.
Under state law, sexual harassment in the workplace is prohibited as a discriminatory employment practice. As such, violators may be subject to both civil and criminal penalties. In addition to the […]
by Heather Poole
This was originally published, in its entirety with an accompanying chart, on October 26, 2018 by the Connecticut General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Research as a Research Report entitled “Tolls and Federal Highway Funding Consequences.” It is slightly abridged here.
A common question raised in the debate on tolling in Connecticut […]
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