Connecticut is known as the “land of steady habits,” but over 10 years, little changes add up. Here are 10 charts that show how CT changed.
New London officials say Kosta Diamantis told them to hire one company for remediation, but the state says it should have solicited bids.
Chronic absenteeism in Connecticut remains at high levels this year and is growing among students without high needs.
Lamont wants to keep fiscal ‘guardrails’ in place, but legislators see a way to increase education funding with savings from the revenue cap.
CT Gov. Ned Lamont wants to ban the sale of all firearms to anyone under age 21 and close loopholes that allow the sale of AR-15 variants.
The program has $12.5 million in combined state and federal dollars to offer rent assistance to people facing evictions in CT.
CT lawmakers say they are fighting for parents who don’t speak English and struggle to participate in their children’s education.
CT’s fiscally moderate Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont may find more allies among Republicans when it comes to proposals to cut taxes.
A partisan divide remains over the degree to which a 2020 CT police accountability law contributes to struggles in recruiting.
The bill would change what housing is counted as ‘affordable,’ potentially exempting towns from the 8-30g affordable housing law.
Willard will join the Radgowski and Northern prisons on the list of CT correctional facilities that have shuttered operations since 2021.
AAIS of West Haven, which received the bulk of CT remediation work in recent years, is ensnared in the investigation into Kosta Diamantis.
CT will begin issuing pandemic bonuses to private-sector workers on Feb. 1. More than 150,000 essential workers will receive payments.
More than 11,000 Medicare enrollees in CT would have seen an average $590 savings if there was a monthly insulin cap in 2020.
Lamont outlined an approach requiring new disposal facilities and dramatic reductions in the waste generated by residents and businesses.