The collective protest involved students at several CT universities staging sit-ins, marching with signs and handing out pamphlets.
Murphy and other negotiators are faced with resistance from both parties and a closing window to get a bipartisan deal done.
CT residents can sign up for health coverage on the state’s Affordable Care Act Exchange through Jan. 15, and an increasing number of people are enrolling.
Gov. Ned Lamont and CT Democrats on Tuesday offered a belated defense of a 2035 timetable for phasing out sales of new gasoline vehicles.
CT had the fourth-highest increase of house prices in the country. A housing market with low inventory is likely playing a role, experts say.
Sen. Chris Murphy is touting federal legislation to combat loneliness as a coalition of groups in CT seek to rebuild social connections.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration withdrew the regulations after learning that the Regulation Review Committee had enough votes to kill them.
A second round of CHIPS Act funding aims to support smaller companies, and CT officials see a big opportunity for the state’s manufacturers.
This year, the CT legislature debated, but did not pass, a rent cap measure. Meanwhile, more cities are implementing fair rent commissions.
Data shows modern roundabouts are safer than intersections. Connecticut has built 17 of them — and more are on the way, CTDOT says.
Levy, who lost a 2022 bid to unseat Richard Blumenthal, said the trip to Israel is not a step toward a second run for U.S. Senate in 2024.
Two-thirds of CT Boost Fund loan recipients are women, people of color, veterans or LGBTQ. Still, DECD says there’s ‘room for improvement.’
Lost in the battle over CT’s rule requiring sales of only zero-emissions new cars by 2035 is the reason for the rule: the environment.
Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz is among the Democrats positioning themselves for a run if Gov. Ned Lamont declines to seek a third term.
Will CT’s heating aid program run dry before winter is over? CT legislative leaders say they may need a January session to meet the demand.