Bills concerning the records of cemetery associations, public comment periods and remote meetings are on their way through the legislature.
Ending decades of court oversight, a judge concludes Connecticut once again can be entrusted with the care of its most vulnerable children.
After the state stopped accepting new applications for rental assistance, eviction filings in Connecticut have risen.
The bill supports transit-oriented development in Connecticut. Opponents say it won’t work for every town.
The bill would split the responsibility of planning and zoning for more affordable housing among Connecticut’s towns.
At a public hearing, supporters said the bill would help regulate sales, but some advocates were wary that it would re-criminalize marijuana.
The child advocate’s report outlines state agency concerns about a foster father’s alleged drinking habits — and a failure to act on them.
CT legislators heard public comments on a bill that proposes a study into a key affordable housing law, a move that worries some advocates.
Health care advocates say the measures will harm access to necessary treatment, particularly for people with disabilities.