Wed, 04 May 2016
CT Post -//- / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses / Budget deal reached at 11th hour / State Senate approves opioid bill / Drivers who strike pedestrians would pay $500 / For 236 in Milford: U Texted, U Paid / Judge takes sex trafficking off lawsuit against Fairfield U. / Pancake Mix and Syrup sought by Derby City/Town Clerk / New medical building offers patient-centered care / Man pleads guilty to molesting teen in church bathroom / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses CT Post -//- / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses / Budget deal reached at 11th hour / State Senate approves opioid bill / Drivers who strike pedestrians would pay $500 / For 236 in Milford: U Texted, U Paid / Judge takes sex trafficking off lawsuit against Fairfield U. / Pancake Mix and Syrup sought by Derby City/Town Clerk / New medical building offers patient-centered care / Man pleads guilty to molesting teen in church bathroom / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses CT Post -//- / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses / Budget deal reached at 11th hour / State Senate approves opioid bill / Drivers who strike pedestrians would pay $500 / For 236 in Milford: U Texted, U Paid / Judge takes sex trafficking off lawsuit against Fairfield U. / Pancake Mix and Syrup sought by Derby City/Town Clerk / New medical building offers patient-centered care / Man pleads guilty to molesting teen in church bathroom / 701 North St. to become open space, not houses CT Post -//- /Bernie Sanders wins Indiana, keeping his movement alive /Dan Haar: How Malloy And Lawmakers Stayed United On Taxes And Layoffs /Election results from the Indiana Democratic and Republican primaries /Navy SEAL killed in Iraq identified as an Arizona native /Trump virtually clinches GOP nomination after Indiana win /Driver in fatal Boston duck boat crash cited 10 times for speeding /No celebration on World Press Freedom Day: Journalists face murders, keep working /Legislators Preparing for Special Session As Early As Thursday /Murphy Calls For Increasing Federal Spending On Long Island Sound Programs /Leicester City, with 5,000-1 preseason odds, wins Premier League title /Bill Requiring Documentation Of Concrete Foundations Headed For Senate /After Months Of Failures DMV Announces Reorganization /FBI Digs In Yard Of Mobster Robert Gentile's Manchester Home /Aerospace Machinists Ratify Labor Contract With United Technologies /Gannett Asks Tribune Publishing Shareholders To Withhold Support For Directors /Malloy Offers Compromise As Budget Deal Gets Closer; Democrats Balk On Tax Side /Violence erupts in Seattle as May Day marchers face off with police /DOT Readies For Next Phase Of Waterbury I-84 Work /College Student Entrepreneurs Hope They Have The Next Big Idea /No, 'Science' Didn't 'Prove' That Dogs Hate Hugs /U.S. once again forced to turn to Russia for help on Syria /'Family Guy' Creator To Sing With Boston Pops Opening Night /Elephants perform for final time at Ringling Bros. circus /Simsbury To Honor Holocaust Victims In Name Reading Ceremony /Toddlers have shot at least 23 people in 2016

What’s good for American medic…

What’s good for American medicine is bad for America’s health / #sarasota @AMA #bridgeport #stamford #nyc #boston /#wink /

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