One casualty of the state budget fight – The Lakeville Journal

11/08/17 – Editorial This legislative session’s state budget season was gut-wrenching in its length and, of course, its need to deal with ever-diminishing resources. In the final analysis, Northwest Corner towns came out of it with better support than expected and planned for. That gives some relief to town coffers and taxpayers. [Read More]

Letters to the Editor: Keep CT-N On The Air – Hartford Courant

11/03/17 – By Denise Merrill, Connecticut Secretary of State For close to two decades, I have been a supporter of, advocate for and, most important, a viewer of CT-N, the nonprofit television network that carries the workings of state government to most homes in Connecticut. [Read More]

Democracy Dies In Darkness – CT Good Governance

11/03/17 – By Dan Klau For nearly two decades, the Connecticut Public Affairs Network (CPAN) has operated CT-N, Connecticut’ s version of C-SPAN, providing neutral, unbiased coverage of all three co-equal branches of Connecticut state government.  Now, due to an abject failure of leadership in the General Assembly, CT-N may shut down.  At a time […]