Members of the CT legislature’s bipartisan women’s caucus are celebrating 10 of their bills that are being considered for floor votes.
Connecticut’s Republican minority is proposing the state establish a state Chief Accountability Office.
Connecticut was short 1,200 teachers at the beginning of the school year. The union wants funds to make salaries more attractive.
This is the first Christmas that Connecticut prisoners can make and receive phone calls for free. The state was the first to stop charging for calls.
Reena Aurora, an Indian immigrant, helps her community get mental health treatment through Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut.
Both CT governor candidates said they support the law, which erases low-level criminal convictions and misdemeanors after a set period of time.
For the first time in recent history, the Greenwich League of Women Voters will not host a debate for local candidates running for state office.