WASHINGTON — At issue is William Barr’s failure to commit to making Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report public.
“We continue to see widespread and persistent marketing abuses by suppliers,” the state’s Consumer Counsel says.
WASHINGTON — Connecticut’s members of the U.S. House have invited State of the Union guests who are involved in issues the lawmakers hold dear.
Supporters say medical marijuana can ease the symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
State and local officials and community leaders on Monday announced outreach efforts to ensure Connecticut’s population is counted as accurately as possible in the 2020 Census.
House and Senate Democrats topped their legislative agenda Monday with pledges to adopt paid family medical leave and a $15-per-hour state minimum wage.
WASHINGTON — Former Rep. Elizabeth Esty left Congress with lots of leftover campaign cash, even after spending thousands feting former supporters.
The decision over whether to order a new election now goes to the full House of Representatives..
They will lead a new national practice focused on representing corporate clients facing enforcement action from state attorneys general.
Welcome to First Monday, a new column intended to enhance the public’s understanding of our legal system and the law. The U.S. Supreme Court begins each new term on the first Monday of October, but this column will appear on the first Monday of each month. I hope readers find it informative and enjoyable. Before […]
One of the more difficult items on Gov. Ned Lamont’s initial to-do list is to craft a new taxing arrangement with Connecticut’s hospitals — and the stakes are huge.