Connecticut will offer consumers new data privacy protections after final passage of a complicated bill by the House.
Eight days before the Democratic convention, Sen. Matt Lesser of Middletown entered the race for the nomination to succeed Denise Merrill.
House Speaker Matt Ritter, D-Hartford, consulted with his caucus Wednesday night about canceling its Saturday session to avoid two protests.
The bill is one of three major pieces of legislation that would improve access to mental health services for children and young adults.
Ned Lamont’s deal takes a distinct tack from the $220 million incentive package legislators approved for Sikorsky in 2016.
Connecticut is going to make permanent the pandemic practice of giving local boards and commissions the option to meet remotely.
A controversial decision not to open a mental health center has led to a formal complaint, a board resignation and a state investigation.
The bill passed Tuesday night is intended to speed Connecticut’s embrace of electric vehicles with tax rebates for e-bikes and electric motor vehicles, and tighter deadlines for electrifying bus fleets.
The bill provides for graduated penalties for motor vehicle theft based on prior convictions, rather than on the value of the vehicle.
Complex measures aimed at tackling environmental issues still await final passage with just days to go in the legislative session.
A bill aimed at bringing stability to hourly workers’ schedules stalled in the judiciary committee Monday after franchise owners pushed back.
The bill was inspired by two high-profile cases in Bridgeport in which Black women died and police failed to quickly notify their families.
The first of three bills meant to improve services for children’s mental health in CT cleared the Senate on Friday with overwhelming support.
Three ambitious bills that address the growing crisis of children’s mental health in CT would devote millions to a range of initiatives.
The Senate voted 23-11 to pass the bill, which would make Connecticut the second state in the country to ban such meetings, alongside Oregon.