The good-time vibes that came with the passage of a bipartisan budget for CT abruptly ended Thursday evening with five vetoes.
Connecticut politicians have Lowell Weicker stories, whether they were his contemporaries or younger. Here are some of their memories.
Lowell P. Weicker Jr. served three terms as Connecticut’s last Republican senator, then passed the income tax as a third-party governor.
Over five years, CT ordered employers to pay more than $17 million in stolen wages. But a shortage of investigators is delaying more cases.
For the first time since Gov. Ned Lamont took office in January 2019, a CT bill became law with a signature other than his.
Connecticut Democrats see guns and reproductive rights as wedge issues, even if CT already has some of the nation’s strongest laws.
A CT House Republican’s success in blocking a warehouse project near his Middlebury home casts a bright light on the dark art of legislating.
On June 6, Gov. Ned Lamont signed into law the first comprehensive update of Connecticut’s gun laws in a decade. Here’s what changed.
The day-long summit marked passage of a law titled the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, but there was little bipartisanship at the event.
The prospects of future CT budgets will likely hinge on how well Gov. Lamont works with his fellow Democrats on the “fiscal guardrails.”
The Democratic governor and legislature were cautious on major progressive issues, raising the question: What is CT’s political identity?
Here’s a look at some of the bills passed by the Connecticut General Assembly that are likely to impact many CT residents when they take effect.
CT’s environmental community never had high hopes for legislation this session to address climate change, waste disposal or other issues.
Proposed relief for survivors of domestic and financial abuse fell through over details in legal language during legislature’s final hours.
The CT General Assembly ended its 2023 session with votes on bills addressing campaign finance and municipal pension reforms.