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Daniela Altimari

Daniela Altimari is a statehouse reporter at The Courant. A staff writer at the paper since 1996, she has covered murders, school board meetings, the plight of the American shopping mall, a war between rival pizza makers, presidential debates, two $50 million U.S. Senate campaigns and the struggle to bring gay marriage to Connecticut.
How successful were Gov. Ned Lamont’s first 100 days in office? Here’s a progress report.

Gov. Ned Lamont has seen some of the more ambitious elements of his agenda beaten back by the political headwinds at the Capitol. Others have run aground amid the limits of the executive authority. But Lamont has also fulfilled a number of goals he set for himself and touted those achievements in a forum to mark his first 100 days.

Lamont administration has held informal discussions with private firms on tolls

Gov. Ned Lamont says his administration has begun informal discussions with private firms to built highway tolls in Connecticut.

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