Josh Geballe, who was hired to modernize state government before coordinating the response to COVID-19, is leaving the Lamont administration.
By opting to run for U.S. Senate instead of governor, Themis Klarides has clarified the GOP’s field in two races.
The Connecticut General Assembly will continue its stringent COVID-19 restrictions for at least the first month of the 2022 session.
A settlement in the Sheff v. O’Neill case could end 33 years of litigation over how to redress segregation in Hartford and suburban schools.
The justices asked no questions in a 27-minute hearing, declining to whether the court should take a more aggressive role.
The CT Senate GOP minority outlined a mental-health package at a news conference geared to politics as well as policy.
With Sen. Paul Formica, R-East Lyme, opting Tuesday against reelection, at least two of the Republicans’ 13 Senate seats are in play.
Democrats say they retained the seat that Democrat Caroline Simmons wrested from the GOP in 2014. She resigned after her election as mayor.
Connecticut’s wealthy Republican challenger says the wealthier Democratic governor has no sense of middle-class struggles.
Gentle questioning by legislators elicited no information about the habits of CT gamblers since online gambling went live in October.
Online gambling data could tell us much about addiction. Like most states cashing in, Connecticut doesn’t want to know.
Gov. Ned Lamont will not seek an extension of his executive order requiring state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
With inflation on the rise, Bob Stefanowski echoed Ronald Reagan’s question from 1980: Are you better off than four years ago?
A court-appointed master recommended minimal changes to a Connecticut congressional map that has produced only Democratic wins since 2008.
Rep. Sean Scanlon is opening an exploratory campaign, becoming the first Democrat to put a marker on the comptroller’s race.