The Hayes-Logan matchup is the most competitive and expensive of the five U.S. House races, with more than $8 million in outside spending.
The White House approved Connecticut’s plan to invest nearly $43 million in affordable broadband access through a program launching in 2023.
Insurers cited the end of enhanced federal ACA subsidies as the reason for rate hikes. But Congress was ready to pass a 3-year extension.
The bill includes initiatives to improve and expand mental health workforce development, services in schools, insurance coverage and more.
With two weeks left in the legislative session, progressives are making their strongest tax reform push in years.
Legislators pushed back in bipartisan fashion against Gov. Ned Lamont’s plan for spending nearly $3 billion in federal pandemic relief.
The choice is between investing in the economy or spending federal aid on state and municipal budgets.
Gov. Ned Lamont would focus new federal funds on economic growth, education, the battle against COVID-19 — and keeping taxes flat.
House Democrats tempered their income tax relief plan for households with children to ensure the program continues year after year.
The bill directs the administration to give a detailed accounting of how federal coronavirus aid has been allotted to date.
Connecticut’s tax fairness debate shifted into high gear as state officials eye $2.6 billion in new pandemic relief from Washington.
Tension remained, even as Black lawmakers applauded Gov. Ned Lamont signing the Crown Act.