Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed borrowing $45 million to launch a transit-oriented development authority that still lacks an oversight board and that he and legislators effectively opted not to fund eight months ago.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s new budget proposal provides an additional $38 million for the state’s primary education grant. See whether your town wins or loses under the budget proposed Feb. 5 for the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Limited in scope, officials say the Clean Slate bill, which would automatically expunge some low-level criminal records after a waiting period, is a foundation that can be built on in future sessions.
Gov. Ned Lamont opened the new legislative session with proposals to ban flavored vaping product sales and to take initial, tentative steps toward legalizing marijuana.
Gov. Ned Lamont delivered a pep talk, conversational throughout and self-deprecating at times, challenging lawmakers: “No more badmouthing the state of Connecticut.”