It took two days and overcoming some system glitches, but one woman Zenia Oslan worked with this week signed up for private health coverage through Access Health CT, the state’s health insurance exchange.
It’s been nearly two years since the State Board of Education launched an initiative to begin exploring how to reform the state’s teacher-preparation colleges to better prepare future teachers.
Washington — There are few things that gain near unanimous support in the hyper-partisan U.S. House of Representatives, but a bill to reauthorize Army Corps of Engineer projects is one of them. Although the Water Resources Reform and Development Act is criticized by fiscal conservative groups and environmentalists who say some Army Corps of Engineer […]
Dan Livingston, chief negotiator for state employees in 2011, "This was not part of the discussion. That was not the deal." The state employees’ union is calling on state legislators and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to fix a glitch in the 2011 concessions deal that forces the public colleges and universities to spend millions of […]
Washington – What does a bell factory in East Hampton that was struck by lightning last year have to do with a hot Senate race in Kentucky or the federal government shutdown? Plenty it seems. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is facing one of the toughest challenges in his long political career from a tea […]
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy hedged Wednesday when asked whether he sought a campaign contribution from a state contractor on behalf of the Connecticut Democratic Party during a weekend fundraising trip to California. “We’ll look at it,” Malloy told reporters. “To the best of my knowledge, I didn’t solicit that person.” Malloy was referring to Lenny […]