For years, advocates urged the government to create such a role that would establish a coordinated response aimed at reducing gun violence.
A former CT Superior Court judge, Oliver becomes the latest of President Joe Biden’s nominees to win approval to the federal judiciary.
The unit will receive eight new C-130J Super Hercules aircraft to replace the current C-130H fleet stationed there.
The CT legislature enabled the state to borrow more than $25M to replace its aging voting equipment. But Lamont has to authorize the funding.
Paid leave and job-protected leave are offered in CT under two separate programs, each with their own application process.
A recent job fair put CT’s labor and management on the same side — recruiting workers to combat staffing shortages in the public sector.
CT businesses are asking state officials to ensure the feds don’t increase their taxes by bolstering the unemployment fund before November.
CT officials have launched a program to increase the number of people joining the National Guard after a nearly 50-year low.
The Coast Guard Academy doesn’t offer the same protections to cadets reporting sexual assault as other military schools. A bill would change that.
Elation by the Connecticut building trades over opportunities promised by the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law is giving way to frustration over an inability to quickly put that money to work.
Things have changed in the centuries since the town meeting became CT’s default form of town government. Some say it’s outlived its usefulness.
Greg Smith, who has been seen as a stabilizing presence since being hired as the CT Lottery’s president in 2018, intends to retire in 2024.
Thirty-three years after the Americans with Disabilities Act, work remains segregated, and disabled workers earn less than minimum wage.
The Honoring Our PACT Act removes the burden placed on veterans to prove their illness is tied to their service.
Kiewit, the State Pier construction manager, used its authority to recommend itself for subcontracts that were worth more than $87.8 million.