Planning for this sort of climate change-driven weather certainly requires physics and meteorology — but also probably a crystal ball.
Amid CT’s housing shortage, one employer found a quicker way to remedy the problem: purchasing property and housing its staff for free.
Murphy’s measure would require a report from the Coast Guard and a review of other sexual assault claims at its CT-based academy.
A congressional committee OK’d the Kids Online Safety Act, but there is no set timing on when the full Senate will take it up.
In a lawsuit, Mexico claimed gun designs by Colt and other makers pander to ‘the criminal market in Mexico.’ Stakes are high in court.
Current estimates show depletion of the fund for old age and survivors insurance in the 2030s, and CT Democrats want to expand benefits.
CT officials hope new voting machines will be ready for the 2024 presidential election, but the clock is ticking and Lamont hasn’t committed.
The legislature changed the Green Bank’s statute to allow it to fund waste-to-energy technologies like those used in Connecticut now.
CT’s most prominent politicians gathered to celebrate the new baby bonds program, which nearly became the victim of political infighting.
After the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act passed last June, CT advocates say conversations are less divisive and lawmakers are more open.
The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act requires enhanced checks for young buyers. It stopped 206 sales, but none was in Connecticut.
The president’s trip coincides with The National Safer Communities Summit to mark one year since the passage of the federal gun safety bill.
Farmers in Connecticut say acquiring land is one of their biggest challenges. Joe Courtney wants to address that issue in the new Farm Bill.
As kids age out of the foster care system, they may need help getting a job, education or housing. Advocates say more should be done.
Congress is negotiating the 2023 Farm Bill, which funds agricultural programs. CT farmers want more money for programs that fit the Northeast.