Back in the 1968, the minimum wage was $1.60, which today couldn’t buy a bucket of Cajun buffalo wings from Popeyes, even after being adjusted for inflation.
The fall campaign has brought a welcome discussion of the state’s transportation woes, especially getting mass transit back into a state of good repair.
It’s October, and that means a whole new set of laws are being enacted in Connecticut.
I finally read some good news. It turns out there are 155 more billionaires in the world.