Stone Academy and the Office of Higher Education have been at odds over the need for an audit of student records.
Mark is the Capitol Bureau Chief and a co-founder of CT Mirror. He is a frequent contributor to WNPR, a former state politics writer for The Hartford Courant and Journal Inquirer, and contributor for The New York Times.
CT to experiment with speed cameras — the cops who don’t blink
Cameras will begin enforcing speed limits at highway work zones in Connecticut in a pilot program that begins April 10, the day after Easter.
Lamont makes 20 nominations for judges of the Superior Court
Gov. Ned Lamont nominated 11 men and nine women as judges of the Superior Court, including three former lawmakers.
CT’s health costs increasing twice as fast as goal set by Lamont
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CT legislators split along party lines over trash and global warming
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Stone Academy students left in limbo as they await audit
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Legislators trying to salvage endangered Lamont recycling plan
A plan to overhaul CT’s waste-disposal and recycling system is being scaled back amid opposition from the industry and some municipalities.
Lamont’s waste-disposal overhaul plan about to get its first test vote
The story of CT companies converting food waste to other products is central to Lamont’s advocacy for a waste-disposal and recycling bill.
CT presidential primary would move up to April 2 if bill passes
Under current law, Connecticut’s 2024 presidential primary wouldn’t be held until April 30. The bipartisan bill would move it to April 2.
Rep. Robin Comey charged with DUI after crash near Capitol
Rep. Robin Comey, D-Branford, was suspended from her legislative duties Friday after flipping her car near the Capitol Thursday night.
CT Politics: One lawmaker asks, quietly, who should decide required school vaccines
House Minority Leader Vincent Candelora asked to tweak the process by which Connecticut adds vaccines to the list required to attend school.
CT could loosen qualifications to run for Attorney General
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Once again, CT lawmakers take hard look at utility accountability
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Legislators question Lamont’s approach to cutting health costs
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CT highway plaza vendor underpaid workers, lawsuit claims
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