Connecticut employers think deferring payroll taxes is too complex, and somewhat risky.
Ana has written about politics and policy in Washington, D.C.. for Gannett, Thompson Reuters and UPI. She was a special correspondent for the Miami Herald, and a regular contributor to The New York TImes, Advertising Age and several other publications. She has also worked in broadcast journalism, for CNN and several local NPR stations. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Journalism.
CT lawmakers join Democratic calls for ouster of Caputo, Azar
Caputo has become a liability to the White House, but it is sticking with him so far.
Connecticut jobless to receive additional $300 starting this week from new federal program
The money will be paid retroactively to July 26 for those who qualify and will be paid for six weeks.
COVID-19 vaccine makers seek diversity in clinical trials in Connecticut and elsewhere
While Blacks and Latinos are hardest hit by the coronavirus, they are wary of participating in vaccine trials.
They’re not on the ballot, but Blumenthal and Murphy likely to feel big impact from election
With control of the Senate in play, Connecticut’s senators may be propelled into the majority, and new jobs and status.
Pfizer’s Groton site helped develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Now the question is, will it work?
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said he expects to know, by the end of October, ‘whether the product works or not.’
Merrill hires disinformation expert as part of effort to combat foreign influence in elections
Merrill says Connecticut’s voting system is hack-proof, but state voters are vulnerable to foreign disinformation campaigns.
Backlogs and delays in naturalizations will keep many CT immigrants from voting this year
As of March 31, more than 7,600 Connecticut immigrants were stuck in a backlog of pending cases.
Federal Reserve gives CT economy mixed review as COVID concerns continue
Connecticut car sales and some retail sales were strong, but many employers in New England are facing a labor shortage.
As feds rush to find a COVID-19 vaccine, states like Connecticut must identify distributors
The first COVID-19 vaccine will be rationed and the CDC is trying to determine which Americans receive it first.
Workers may see bigger paychecks under Trump plan, but Larson says there’s a price to pay
Under Trump’s plan, paychecks would be larger for the rest of this year, then shrink as deferred taxes are repaid.
CDC backtracks on COVID testing guidelines following outcry
Facing a volley of criticism, the CDC walked back its recommendation that people without symptoms forgo testing for COVID-19.
Few in CT GOP have joined anti-Trump movement, but Shays helps lead it
Chris Shays and other anti-Trump Republicans have ratcheted up their efforts as the rest of their party celebrates Trump’s renomination.
Lamont applies for Trump’s new unemployment plan, but help to CT jobless will be limited
The jobless would receive half of the $600-a-week they were getting and it will take weeks to get that help.
CT delegates give ‘spicy,’ unanimous vote for Trump at GOP convention roll call
Connecticut’s 28 votes helped renominate President Donald Trump Monday at the Republican National Convention.