The chairwoman of the Connecticut Port Authority, Bonnie Reemsnyder, resigned Wednesday amid calls for her to step down by Gov. Ned Lamont. Meanwhile the quasi-public agency tapped a former head of the Groton submarine base to assist with day-to-day operations.
A new report on Connecticut’s executive branch found that while women earn more than men, on average, minority employees are still being paid less than their white colleagues.
During hours of congressional hearings Robert Mueller said his investigation was no “witch hunt” and defended his probe from GOP attacks.
Josh Geballe, commissioner of administrative services, predicts one-third of state employees will retire within three years. The Land of Steady Habits is about to get a jolt.
Paying debt service on bonds is exactly the wrong way to go in fixing Connecticut’s transportation system and Republicans know it!