OTHER VOICES

School funding: Still the 'haves' and 'have nots'

Easing dependence on property taxes is the key to fairly funding education in the state.

Closing Southbury is best policy option

It is time to relegate to history the days of institutional care for developmentally disabled.

Next election, come watch registrars in action

Norwich registrars defend the work that goes into an election.

Priorities of U.S. bishops and the pope align

Protecting religious freedom and helping the poor are not mutually exclusive.

Somers' attacks on Malloy have been unfair and petty

Heather Somers could not win her own town, now she blames the governor.

Somers: GOP must sell the brand

Tom Foley's running mate said he left opponent define terms of the campaign discussion.

The secret behind New London's 'Nutcracker'

Ballet company presents a holiday classic free to school groups, thanks to generous sponsors.

Focus on why candidates want to lead New London

Find political leaders who fall into the right category.

'Why not, New London?' Plans for Coast Guard Museum move forward

Retired admiral focused on making National Coast Guard Museum in New London a reality.

Malloy lied to hide fiscal mismanagement

To win re-election, Gov. Malloy failed to tell the truth about the state's fiscal health.

The reasons why power has long been costly here

Inability to get natural gas to region is driving up power costs.

No talk of more casinos without assessing social costs

Building more casinos not the right path for Connecticut.

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Stonington accord

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Profile in cowardice

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Enough blather, fund NL police contract

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COLUMNS

Congress undermines IRS, encourages tax avoidance

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Presidential timber growing in Indiana

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TV's torture portrayals drive public acceptance

Torture seldom works, accept on TV.

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