The shaky relationship between Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont and Senate Republican leader Len Fasano hit another bump Tuesday as the two exchanged barbs over their respective leadership.
A new group called Freedom Project USA is attacking Hayes for her support of the Green New Deal.
Gov. Ned Lamont hasn’t filled six vacancies, which has also slowed the selection of a new education commissioner.
A Republican leader on the State Bond Commission expressed concerns Tuesday that Gov. Ned Lamont’s “debt diet” could stifle an important economic development grant for small Connecticut towns.
Connecticut students would pay $92 more next year in annual tuition and and fees at the state’s 12 community colleges under a proposal to be considered Wednesday.
Republican lawmakers say this still might not be enough to win their support for the bill, however.
Amy Lappos of Connecticut is the second woman to say Joe Biden touched her inappropriately.
When politicians promise they can address fiscal challenges by creating efficiencies, eliminating redundancies, and leveraging expertise, we ought to take notice. A sharp manager might be able to bring a new fiscal discipline to inefficient state agencies. Reality, however, does not always conform to managerial will. Even the best designed plans sometimes fail to meet budget expectations.
When are we finally going to do something about our transportation crisis? That question has been asked for decades… but never answered, or more importantly, acted upon.
A legislative committee approved a bill requiring presidential and gubernatorial candidates to release their returns for three years to get on the ballot in Connecticut.
A 7-year-old girl does not see the value in the Real Bodies exhibit currently at the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford.
Today, April 2, 2019 is Equal Pay Day, a day that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year.