Connecticut has launched the Premium Pay Program and COVID-19 Relief Fund for essential workers during the pandemic. Here are the details.
Some Connecticut prison inmates are eligible for stimulus money. The trick is making sure they know how to apply.
While bill will be rejected by the GOP-led Senate, Pelosi called a ‘proffer’ to the White House in negotiations.
Himes said he understands fellow Democrats feel there’s urgency to have a stimulus deal, but he supports Pelosi’s hardline stance.
Connecticut employers think deferring payroll taxes is too complex, and somewhat risky.
The money will be paid retroactively to July 26 for those who qualify and will be paid for six weeks.
Under Trump’s plan, paychecks would be larger for the rest of this year, then shrink as deferred taxes are repaid.
The jobless would receive half of the $600-a-week they were getting and it will take weeks to get that help.
Attorney General William Tong is considering a lawsuit and Sen. Richard Blumenthal presses for more funding for the postal service.
GOP efforts to protect businesses from COVID lawsuits are a major stumbling block in negotiations over a new stimulus bill.
While the state as a whole has a good census response rate, Hartford has the worst one in the nation.
While the GOP has offered to relax restrictions, it opposes new pandemic funds for state and local governments.
Because ridership has plummeted, Amtrak is seeking at least $1.5 billion in new federal pandemic funds.
The governor says he could support giving the jobless less than the current payout of $600 a week.
An extension of federal unemployment benefits, another round of stimulus checks and hazard pay are on the table.