A Massachusetts company has submitted a bid to state energy officials to harness offshore wind power in a project tied to Bridgeport that promoters say would boost the economy of CT’s largest city. Vineyard Wind, based in New Bedford, Mass., submitted bids or a 400-megawatt plan.
The state Department of Public Health has said that a CT resident has died after being hospitalized with a “lung injury related to vaping.” The DPH said the patient was between the ages of 30 and 39. State officials consulted with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to confirm that the person died from a vaping-related lung injury.
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CT and 23 other states have filed legal objections to Purdue Pharma’s effort to shield itself from lawsuits related to the role the company and the Sackler family have played in the nation’s opioid crisis. The states have asked the Judge to reject the company’s claim that its bankruptcy filing protects it from the attorneys general that have sued Purdue.
David Lehman has been on the job as CT’s economic development commissioner for seven months and he has big plans to change the state’s approach to growing jobs and the economy. No longer will the state lead with upfront grants or loans to businesses who want to come to CT or expand in the state.