Republicans questioned the need for the session, but they mostly voted with the Democrats during the special session Wednesday.
Despite higher statewide COVID infection rates for a second consecutive day, Gov. Ned Lamont stuck to his reopening plans Wednesday.
The state will spend another $20 million to help those struggling to pay their rent.
The House voted unanimously to confirm Christine E. Keller to the Supreme Court and three others to the Appellate Court.
UConn Health reports a $76.9 shortfall, the university a $28 million budget hole.
The congresswoman, however, says she is still seriously ill. Rep. Joe Courtney is casting votes for her..
Energy legislation wasn’t on the radar for any special legislative sessions called to deal with critical issues lost to the COVID-cancelled session from this winter. Even the annual July electric rate adjustment –- which this year contained big increases that sparked public outrage — would not have warranted legislation. That was until Tropical Storm Isaias […]
In 1968, the households in the top earning 20% received 43% of all the earned income in the country. By 2018, the top 20% of households (those earning above $130,000) brought in 52% of all earned income. This, not incidentally, was more than the lower 80% combined.
Amid COVID-19, when so much is uncertain, American workers are looking for opportunity. We can help them forge it by building on the Registered Apprenticeship program, and passing the National Apprenticeship Act of 2020.