Connecticut takes issue with Federal economic analysis

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The state of Connecticut is taking issue with US Bureau of Economic Analysis reporting that Connecticut trails other New England states in the share of the economy spent on outdoor recreation, prompting one state official to claim, “The report misses the forest for the trees.”

The state of Connecticut is taking issue with US Bureau of Economic Analysis reporting that Connecticut trails other New England states in the share of the economy spent on outdoor recreation, prompting one state official to claim, “The report misses the forest for the trees.”

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