CT’s submarine and aerospace companies and suppliers could see major investments in workforce and supply chain development.
With a narrow GOP House majority, CT Democrats will lose committee chairmanships but say they’ll still have leverage in crafting policy.
New England lawmakers want more federal money for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, but it might not happen before winter.
U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes, D-5th District, widened her fundraising lead over Republican George Logan in what is widely seen as Connecticut’s most competitive congressional race.
Connecticut’s deadlocked Reapportionment Commission was invited by a special master to try once more to agree on a congressional map.
The governor says he could support giving the jobless less than the current payout of $600 a week.
With police reforms stalled in Congress, the nation’s CEO’s, including those from Cigna and Travelers, have released a compromise plan.
The schools are lobbying both Congress and the Lamont administration for protections from lawsuits stemming from coronavirus infections on campus.
The coronavirus crisis has physically isolated Connecticut’s lawmakers from their constituents and brought unpredictable challenges.
The massive coronavirus spending bill would give Connecticut more than $400 million in additional Medicaid funding.
A precipitous rise in the price of insulin is forcing many Americans to ration the drug or go without.
DeLauro said the Trump administration’s move to require some food stamp recipients to work at least 20 hours a week “is a betrayal of our nation’s values.”
Amtrak changed the boilerplate language on its tickets to prevent passengers from suing the company in court.
Connecticut has a tough state law to protect residents from surprise medical bills, but not tough enough to protect everyone.
Democratic leaders responded to the weekend shootings by calling on the GOP to approve expanded FBI background check bills.