Both the House and Senate want to substantially boost military spending, but partisan conflicts over Pentagon policy are hurdles in a final bill.
Lawyers for the state say the parents who brought the lawsuit lack standing because they have not proved that the data release harmed them.
Connecticut leaders gathered in Bridgeport Friday morning to underscore the state’s support of immigrants and refugees in advance of this weekend’s raids.
Anthem is asking for an 15.2 percent average rate hike on individual policies and ConnectiCare wants to increase premiums by an average of 4.9 percent.
Connecticut’s chief fiscal watchdog called for the officials overseeing the investment of hundreds of millions of dollars in low-performing schools to adhere to the spirit of all disclosure and ethics laws.
As much attention as I and others have lavished on trains, buses are the overlooked transportation workhorse of greater New Haven. Buses already supply over 40,000 trips a day in the area and could supply a lot more if the state implements its own years-old plan.