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Conn. takes first look at new shoreline land rules

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut is taking the first small steps to change shoreline land-use regulations to avoid a repeat of the destruction caused by storms last year and in 2011. State legislators are considering a bill to require more stringent water treatment plant design to qualify for state funding. It's intended to make sure treatment plants can withstand storms and do not spill...

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