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Soccer Twitter feed leads to booming Fairfield business

ctpost.com — If ever a company was built by social media, it's SoccerGrlProbs, started by three recent Fairfield University graduates and already a burgeoning phenomenon. Carly Beyar, Shannon Fay and Alanna Locast, all from Long Island, were teammates on the Fairfield U.
Dec 18, 2014

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Lawyer says state violates gun owners' rights

ctpost.com — Speaking during a meeting of the Criminal Justice Policy Advisory Commission, she said the panel's chairman, Michael P. Lawlor, undersecretary of the state Office of Policy and Management, never mentioned such occurrences when he advocated the seizure law in 1999. [...]
Dec 18, 2014

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Trumbull debate team goes for national title

ctpost.com — The team is made up of Katie Boland's advanced placement government class, a group of 22 seniors who spent the fall becoming experts on constitutional issues. Debated were such issues as classical Republicanism vs. natural rights, the Northwest Ordinance, which was the precursor to the Bill of Rights, and the political minefield of immigration.
Dec 17, 2014

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R.I. governor wants Pryor as commerce chief

ctpost.com — The outgoing commissioner of education, who took the heat for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's rushed and some said poorly rolled-out reform initiatives, has been nominated as secretary of commerce in Rhode Island. Pryor's connection to education reach back to his days at Yale Law School, where he was part of a team that helped create Amistad Academy, one of the state's first charter schools, in New Haven.
Dec 16, 2014

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Panel appoints parks director to Assembly vacancy

ctpost.com — LAS VEGAS (AP) - Clark County commissioners unanimously selected a professional boxing judge and the county's former longtime parks and recreation director to fill a vacancy in the Nevada Assembly left by a Republican lawmaker who resigned for another job.
Dec 16, 2014

Nevada's newest GOP assemblyman is a pro boxing judge, self-described "pragmatic political moderate." bit.ly/1yWzshs