OPM Secretary Melissa McCaw distanced herself from the former deputy at the center of an FBI investigation.
An attorney for a Stamford construction company warned that CT school construction contracts were being improperly awarded.
The Senate approved two measures that continue some emergency powers while allowing educators to decide whether to require masks in schools.
Murphy says that the departure of “thoughtful, moderate Republicans” underscores the urgency of reforming the Electoral Count Act of 1887.
CT Truth PAC Inc. came to life over the weekend with a half a million dollar contribution by David Kelsey, the GOP town chair of Old Lyme.
Three of the four retiring Senate Republicans were reelected last year with less than 52% of the vote.
With the filing of a perfunctory final order, the CT Supreme Court has approved minimal revisions to a 20-year-old congressional map.
Connecticut’s management of a COVID-19 pandemic would loosen under new rules approved Thursday by the House of Representatives.
Gov. Ned Lamont expressed confidence in the workplace culture of his administration and in his top budget official, Melissa McCaw.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s election-year address began by answering a question already posed by an opponent: Is Connecticut better off than before he took office?
Levy voted for a package of RNC resolutions last week that characterized the Jan. 6 riot as “legitimate political discourse.”
CT lawmakers experienced a steady drumbeat of frustration over the prospect of continuing mask mandates for students, even for a short time.
The FBI is investigating the reconstruction of the State Pier in New London and school construction grants overseen by Kosta Diamantis.
Campaigns can pay a candidates’ family for “bona fide service” at “fair market rates.”
Themis Klarides had no campaign website, no fundraising account and no campaign committee when she announced her plan to run for U.S. Senate.