CT lawmakers are considering a bill that would help victims whose abusive partners incurred debt in their names, similar to identify theft.
The opening of CT’s adult-use cannabis market earlier this year has raised questions of equity and logistics in the market’s regulation.
The bill calls on the state to award grants and establish strategy and success metrics for CT’s arts, culture and tourism organizations.
Several CT General Assembly committees are considering legislation to help ease the burden of educational debt.
Businesses, nonprofits and a group of lawmakers want to allow trade groups to offer health insurance. Patient advocates have concerns.
Erica E. Phillips explores the role of immigrants in the workforce and lawmakers’ efforts to attract foreign students to CT’s colleges.
State leaders are working to coordinate industrial and academic efforts to adopt AI, big data and robotics. It’s no simple task.
Some lawmakers want to get rid of a tax credit program designed to encourage film production in the state — but others want to expand it.
State legislators heard testimony on bills to support and expand the state’s workforce, particularly in child care, education and health care.
Connecticut’s state leaders deployed the term frequently this week, but what qualifies as “workforce housing?”
Erica E. Phillips explores the role of education systems in economic development — and outlines CT Senate leaders’ education policy agenda.
Amid unsettling news from Lego, Lockheed-Martin and Digital Currency Group, Alexandra Daum says the key to growth is telling CT’s story.
Erica E. Phillips explores Gov. Ned Lamont’s ideas for CT’s budget — and asks what you think the state should do with its surplus.
CT social service providers, after years of underfunding, have sights set on the budget surplus to fix understaffing and other issues.
Sema4, now known as GeneDx, has paid back $2 million of a $15.5M state loan and agreed to a reduction in how much the state would forgive.