There is an ongoing debate in Connecticut presently that centers on the wisdom of highway tools being introduced. A recent Hartford Courant article spotlights the stated rationale for the huge cash infusion that would bring to state coffers. The user fees would ostensibly be applied solely toward “much-needed highway, bridge and other public works repairs.”
Divorce has been a prominent part of American life for decades now. However, there appears to be a decline in the divorce rate around the country. Many millennials wait until they are much older before marrying. Combined with other factors, that has brought the divorce rate in Connecticut and other states down significantly.
Connecticut’s brewing industry has reportedly grown by exponential leaps and bounds in the seven years following the enactment of state law enabling craft beer makers to sell their product onsite in taprooms.
Connecticut real estate issues pose both challenges and opportunities for parties ranging broadly from homeowners to commercial developers. Relevant subject matter across a truly wide realm might readily come to mind for many readers of our business law blog at Berdon, Young & Margolis in New Haven.