Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff, D-Norwalk, was among the speakers at Wednesday’s vigil who called for stronger national gun safety laws.
It is the largest election-year outpouring of one-time relief since Republican Gov. John G. Rowland sought reelection in 1998.
The poll in Connecticut’s U.S. Senate race shows Richard Blumenthal has leads ranging from 10 to 16 points in matchups with Republicans.
Close to 90% of CT schools already teach about climate change, but it will be required by state law beginning in July 2023.
Bob Stefanowski, the Republican candidate for governor of CT, didn’t object to 2.5% raises for state workers but opposed $3,500 bonuses.
The rent bank program will now provide up to $3,500, up from $1,200, over an 18-month period to families facing eviction.
The federal government said this week it will invest nearly $7 million to clean up and redevelop contaminated properties across the state.
Commitment to a establishing a carbon-free electric grid by 2040 may be a wedge issue in Connecticut’s race for governor.
The state’s Municipal Accountability Review Board will have more power to control West Haven’s budgets, its purchasing department and more.
Supporters of the legislation say is crucial to correct funding inequities facing magnet, charter and vocational-agricultural schools.
Only about a third of CT babies are exclusively fed breast milk through 6 months. Most other parents rely on baby formula to some degree.
Amazon and Mohegan Sun are the latest major CT employers to expand tuition assistance benefits in a highly competitive labor market.
Some who are immunocompromised or who care for an at-risk loved one are at higher risk now as COVID restrictions begin to fall away.
A group of Trinity College students spent a semester taking the 87-page Sheff v. O’Neill agreement filled with hard-to-digest numbers and legal jargon and translating it into a few graphics to help the public understand how far the state is from the agreement’s goal.
There are over 400,000 parents within the Army alone.