The campaign between Erick Russell and Harry Arora to succeed retiring state Treasurer Shawn Wooden is coming down to a debate over expertise.
Democrat Sean Scanlon and Republican Mary Fay have very different backgrounds — and they see CT’s finances headed in opposite directions.
Some say CT is hoarding money, but one legislator is asking if CT it should boost the rainy day fund even more, to 20% of spending.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration sent checks averaging $170 to thousands of CT families. The GOP called the move an election-year gimmick.
The State Contracting Standards Board hasn’t been fully staffed since it was founded after former Gov. John Rowland resigned.
CT is using federal ARPA funds to help towns pay for air quality improvements in their schools. But what happens when that money runs out?
Legislators say they approved $70 million for ongoing raises for ‘long-term change,’ not for one-time payments to child care workers.
A state panel tasked with revitalizing CT’s poor urban centers is recommending financing for dozens of development projects in 12 communities.
SEBAC’s decision comes after periodic discussions over 10 months with Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration failed to yield an agreement.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Bob Stefanowski said they will welcome Ukrainian war refugees but offered few details on boosting the social safety net.
Connecticut’s Premium Pay Program bonus payouts may be months away. And with only $30 million to give out, each could be well under $1,000.
Connecticut lawmakers may call a special session after elections to extend the gas tax holiday and add money to the Premium Pay Program.
La creciente demanda de 154,000 solicitudes completadas podría reducir los bonos promocionados de $1,000 a $200 o menos.
CT has saved $9 billion since 2017, but some say the budget constraints need to be loosened as pressures hit families and workers.
Soaring demand for the COVID bonuses for essential private-sector workers could cut them from a promoted $1,000 to $200 or less.