Gov. Ned Lamont vets UConn president finalist with business leaders Monday night.
East Hartford Board of Education Chairman extends “olive branch” to Betsy DeVos.
Two proposals that would force school district regionalization have ignited a storm of protest in some communities.
A new analysis from the Pew Charitable Trusts shows Connecticut’s tax receipts have rebounded faster than those in most other states since the last recession.
WASHINGTON – Sen. Charles Grassley has joined Richard Blumenthal in an effort to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Connecticut is comprised of people from different cultural, racial and ethnic groups. Having a diversity of backgrounds in government has long been recognized as critical to governing effectively because it enables a better understanding of the various constituencies and the formulation of policies that meet their needs. Diversity also fosters better communications with constituents. As […]
A report from outside investigators last week detailing former students’ complaints of sexual misconduct against two Central Connecticut State University professors — and the university’s failure to take corrective action — highlights a blind spot in Connecticut’s Freedom of Information law. Mike Savino Specifically, the state allows its labor agreements to include language that supersedes […]
He says extending the sales tax to groceries, medications and other long-exempt items might be necessary to achieve fiscal stability.