The Senate voted Thursday to create a bipartisan commission to Connecticut’s emergency power laws.
Senate Democrats rallied behind a bill intended to help Connecticut public-sector unions grow.
The mask mandate will be lifted the same day that other COVID-19 restrictions expire.
The decision comes 15 months after state employees were directed to work from home.
A Medicaid rate increase for wages and health benefits is key part of the deal
Katsouleas submitted a resignation letter to the UConn Board of Trustees in March.
How have we grown so cold and complacent to gut-wrenching atrocities bombarding our fellow siblings in humanity all around the world?
Momentum surrounding a public option bill and a prescription drug proposal has slowed. Here’s why.
The shared experience of the COVID pandemic, now in its second year, has at times shown the potential to defuse the toxic polarization that divides our nation. Here is a bill that helps protect healthcare workers and has bipartisan support.
#MeToo, Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump. These very words have become synonymous with violations of women’s rights and safety. Women’s voices have been silenced and berated for revealing their experiences, and our elected officials have failed to adequately protect them from abuse.
Too many Nutmeg State seniors risk falling prey to financial fraudsters, and unless our state adequately addresses this problem, it’s bound to worsen. Medicaid Planning is one of the many areas where bolstering safeguarding measures should be, at the very least, studied.
The meeting with two state legislators was not going well, then one advised the young environmental activists that legislators “have to live in reality.” That really set her off.