Think back to where Connecticut was 20 years ago. A National Hockey League franchise had just left the state, it was one of the only places in the country where incomes were actually falling, and we were known more for David Letterman’s speeding tickets than anything resembling innovation. On the national economic stage, Connecticut was…

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