Will you be watching the Democratic presidential candidates debate tonight and tomorrow? The Connecticut Mirror’s Viewpoints section would like to hear your assessment of what you saw, who you thought made the most sense, whether the candidates touched on the right national themes or any other observations you might like to share.
The impact of the decisions made during the 2019 legislative session will take years to assess. Here’s an early assessment of who came out ahead and who didn’t.
A decision on state bonding will have to wait until the legislature convenes a special session this summer.
The $43.4 billion biennial budget expected to receive final approval Tuesday includes more than $4 billion for Education Cost Sharing grants. Here’s where that money goes.
A Connecticut Mirror investigation has been awarded the prestigious Theodore A. Driscoll Investigative Award by the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.
In this community conversation we asked a Bridgeport group what health care resources and policies must be shielded from cost reductions — and what steps the Governor could take without spending money.
Here’s what the State Capitol press corps is tweeting about on Budget Day.
In this installment of Voices from Connecticut we asked a Waterbury group their reaction to Gov. Ned Lamont’s belief that health care is a right. We followed up by asking what health care policies they think are most important for Lamont and the new legislature to focus on and why.
Donald E. Williams Jr., the former Senate president pro tem and current executive director of the Connecticut Education Association, was hospitalized over the weekend after a serious car accident, the union announced Tuesday.
Members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation were quick Tuesday to condemn President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would withdraw the United States from the Iran nuclear accord.
Read the text of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s State of the State address as prepared for delivery to a joint session of the General Assembly.
Hartford HealthCare and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield said early Saturday they had reached agreement on a new, retroactive contract, ending a stalemate that had left Hartford HealthCare providers out of the Anthem insurance network since Oct. 1.
In a new report released today, the Quinnipiac Poll says many American voters believe the Republican Party is moving too far to the right and the Democratic Party too far to the left.
State union employees vote to ratify a package of concessions to help the state solve its budget crisis, the biggest item in a week’s worth of state budget news. Meanwhile, the state creates more jobs, and Connecticut officials make their presence known in Washington, D.C.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Sunday night he is directing state and U.S. flags in Connecticut to fly at half-staff in honor of Ngoc T. Truong Huynh of Watertown, a U.S. Navy sonar technician killed in the collision between the U.S.S. Fitzgerald and a container ship in Japan.