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Where Have all the Yutes Gone?

Vinny Gambini: It is possible that the two yutes…  Judge Chamberlain Haller: …Ah, the two what? Uh… uh, what was that word?  Vinny Gambini: Uh… what word?  Judge Chamberlain Haller: Two what?  Vinny Gambini: What?  Judge Chamberlain Haller: Uh… did you say ‘yutes’?  Vinny Gambini: Yeah, two yutes.  Judge Chamberlain Haller: What is a yute?  […]

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CEO Magazine in its Best and Worst States to do Business survey of Chief Executive Officers ranks Connecticut among the worst (45th) places to do business.  In a deeper examination of what ails the 10 worst states – 10 Worst States for Business – the magazine provides the following quotes from two CEO’s (an archetypical […]

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Public Education and the Regulatory  State - Lesley DeNardis

Public Education and the Regulatory State – Lesley DeNardis

Guest blogger Lesley  DeNardis is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Sacred Heart University, a member of the Hamden Board of Education, and a former UNH Professional in Residence in Economics and Public Administration.  She can be contacted at denardisl@sacredheart.edu. The issues she addresses in this contribution are to be found in greater detail […]

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Easing Into A New (Relaxed) Environment – Louis Mascola

This week, Louis writes about the reality of his internship with the Connecticut State Attorney’s Office compared to his expectations. He was expecting a hectic, tumultuous, environment and found that it is actually relaxed and easy going for the most part! (more…)

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Interning at the Connecticut State Attorney’s Office – Louis Mascola

Thanks to the generosity of the Bergami Family and the UNH Division of Student Affairs, eight UNH undergraduate students received a stipend to cover expenses related to their unpaid internship experience. One of the recipients, Louis Mascola, just started his internship at the Connecticut State Attorney’s Office. (more…)

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What Do You Think? - Connecticut's New DNA Sampling Law

What Do You Think? – Connecticut’s New DNA Sampling Law

On October 1st, a new law will go into effect requiring anyone arrested for any of 39 serious felonies to provide a DNA sample prior to their release from custody. Connecticut will be the 25th state to require DNA samples, although the state has been collecting samples from anyone convicted of serious felonies for several […]

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