Rep. Patricia Billie Miller, D-Stamford, won a special election to the state Senate.
Connecticut established a new payroll tax surcharge on Jan. 1 but still isn’t deducting it from state workers’ paychecks.
The CT Lottery, Mohegan Sun and, presumably, Foxwoods Resort casinos could offer sports betting and online gambling.
The Lamont administration used a public hearing to dramatically stake its position in sports betting negotiations.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s proposal waives penalties and caps interest at 3% over each of the next two fiscal years.
Districts will have to convince parents and students that in-person learning is safe and that students won’t bring COVID-19 home.
Based on what we now know about infection rates and transmission, it is more apparent than ever before that gyms, fitness centers, and the physical and mental health benefits of exercise are essential to help our state get through the months ahead.
As much as I support strengthening and improving healthcare, I do not believe SB 842 is the way to do that. Instead of trying to force Connecticut residents into a new, government-controlled healthcare system, lawmakers should focus on improving our existing one by building on what’s working and continuing to address lowering costs, not raising taxes
As a bilingual health information specialist for PATH P2P Family Voices CT and National Family Voices Cultural Responsiveness Telehealth Team, I offer more than professional expertise as well as despair for the marginalized within marginalized communities. I am a Latina with disabilities, adoptive mother of 17-year-old twins with special needs and a thriving toddler.