The economic history of Connecticut

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Connecticut State AFL-CIO Names ‘Pig of the Month’
By Joelle Fishman, People's Weekly World, 18 February 1995. Connecticut Business and Industry Association and Governor Roland.
Northeast pleads guilty to U.S. nuclear violations; Record fine
Reuters, 28 September 1999. New England's biggest electric utility pleaded guilty in federal court to violating regulations governing its nuclear facilities and agreed to pay $10.
Lawmakers Call for more corporate responsibility
Two articles regarding Pratt & Whitney's announcement of plans to cuts its Connecticut workforce by another 1,500 employees. Lawmakers Call for more corporate responsibility by Keith M. Phaneuf, Journal Inquirer, 22 January 2000 (extract), and A corporate accountability bill with a chance to pass..., by Camille Jackson, New Haven Advocate 6 January 2000.
Cable work stops; Employees honor UI picket line for now
By Luther Turmelle, New Haven Register, 21 May 2002. Unionized United Illuminating Co. workers' walkout has halted land-based work on the cross-Sound cable power project.