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The best cheap car insurance in Connecticut

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Connecticut is ranked the ninth-most expensive state for car insurance, according to the Insurance Information Institute, with the average driver spending about $1,168.33 per year on premiums. 

Connecticut drivers have a big opportunity to save if they’re willing to shop around. Auto insurance costs can vary widely from person to person, and there are many factors that go into them.

Things like your age, gender, and your credit score can all influence your premium, or the amount you’ll pay for coverage. Each company uses a different formula to consider these factors into your price, so you’ll want to get a few different quotes to see which company offers you the

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Connecticut Politics Week in Review: Lamont announces Phase 3 of business reopenings. ‘We’ve earned the right.’

State Sen. Eric Berthel, R-Watertown, has apologized for placing a sticker associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory on his car following weeks of criticism after a photographer of the sticker was published on social media. After initially defending the sticker and what he believed were the “values” the group stood for, Berthel apologized this week for his “failure to look into the movement more deeply.” The debunked conspiracy that’s gained traction in far-right circles is that a worldwide group of Satan-worshipping pedophiles, including in Hollywood and the media, are conspiring against Trump, who is seeking their arrest. … Linda McMahon, the ex-WWE executive who ran twice for U.S. Senate in Connecticut and served as the head of the federal Small Business Administration under Trump, contributed $500,000 in August to America First Action, a super PAC supporting Trump’s reelection efforts. McMahon, who left the SBA in April 2019 to

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