Hundreds of people were scheduled to testify Friday on a bill that could change how Connecticut school districts are funded.
If passed, Connecticut would join New York and a handful of other states that have implemented a state-level voting rights act.
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.
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.
CT Gov. Ned Lamont proposed a series of measures he says could curb gun violence in Connecticut, including banning open carry of firearms.
CT lawmakers from both parties have also proposed bills legalizing the sale in vending machines of emergency contraceptive Plan B.
Rob Hotaling, the Independent Party candidate for governor, will be deputy commissioner in the Dept. of Economic and Community Development.
CT legislative leaders say parental notification bills are unlikely to be successful this year, but advocates want to “get a dialogue going.”
CT early voting should be authorized for 10 days before elections, Secretary of the State Stephanie Thomas said.
Many of the donations came from companies and groups that are regulated by Connecticut or do business with the state.
Special elections will be held Feb. 28 to fill three vacancies in the House, including one created by the death of Rep. Quentin Williams.
Legislation could address what CT GOP leadership said was too much scrutiny on the Killingly district’s rejection of a mental health center.