The CT House endorsed making casino games, sports betting and lottery sales available to any adult with an internet connection..
Legislation aimed at tackling Connecticut’s housing segregation was significantly scaled back before the House approved it Thursday.
State revenues surged by nearly half a billion dollars Thursday, the second major improvement in less than a month.
If the bill becomes law, Connecticut could become the first state to make all prison phone calls free.
DraftKings and FanDuel must cease operations in Connecticut the moment sports betting is legalized. It’s complicated.
The state’s largest health care workers’ union has suspended plans to strike at more than 200 group homes Friday.
The House Speaker wants to repeat the success of UConn 2000 with Connecticut’s poorest urban centers by investing in cities.
Throughout the years, the value and importance of public review have diminished, notably in the realm of environmental policy. Public input in environmental matters is essential, and I believe that House Bill: 6551 will enhance the ability of the public to participate in the process.
Remember Miss America, she of the eponymous pageant? Well forget her. Ditto Miss Universe, Miss Gluten Free and all the rest. They’re old hat—yesterday’s politically correct Kumbaya news. Who needs to ogle fulsome females bent on curing world hunger and striving for inter-galactic peace whilst strumming ukuleles in their swimsuits? I, for one, won’t miss […]
As shocking as it sounds, children as young as pre-school and kindergarten can be and are suspended from school each year, and in fairly sizable numbers. Despite the legislature’s effort in 2015 to largely eliminate the suspension and expulsion of children in preschool through second grade, during the 2018-19 school year there were still almost 1,000 very young children suspended from school.
This year, Connecticut has the opportunity to join the 15 states that have replaced the failed policy of cannabis prohibition with sensible and effective regulation. Now that the bill has advanced from the Judiciary Committee, we urge the Finance Committee to support Senate Bill 888, “An Act Responsibly and Equitably Regulating Adult-use Cannabis.”