With almost $7 billion in budget reserves, CT legislators are waiting impatiently for Gov. Ned Lamont to agree on a child tax credit.
Gov. Ned Lamont committed Tuesday to signing abortion-rights legislation that passed in the Connecticut House by day’s end.
Top legislative leaders announced they expect to wrap voting on a major new package of raises and bonuses for state employees by week’s end.
Kosta Diamantis showed a special interest in his daughter’s quest for state employment on a number of occasions in early 2020, emails show.
Expanding access to health care, particularly for children, has been a priority for majority Democrats in the legislature.
The retiring head of the Capitol Region Council of Governments talks about the potential of regionalism with CT Mirror’s Tom Condon.
Green hydrogen is considered carbon-free from start to finish, but the technology is expensive, and the product is hard to transport and use.
The “Parents Against Stupid Stuff” PAC is promising to make transgender athletes and critical race theory issues in CT’s race for governor.
Beach access is protected by the First Amendment, but that doesn’t include parking. So towns jacked up the cost for nonresidents to park.
The bill would require local school districts to develop at least 18 hours of professional development for paraeducators.
The plan makes unprecedented new investments in child care while fully funding the state’s contracting watchdog agency for the first time.
A review of 80 audits reveals a dysfunctional system for examining and managing billions of dollars in school construction projects.
One of the bills lawmakers are considering would reimburse student loan debt for nonprofit employees working in health care or human services.
The GOP ticket was introduced in Fairfield, a community that embodies the opportunity and challenge facing Bob Stefanowski and Laura Devlin in 2022.
One in four working families in CT has a child under 6. Economists have attributed much of the workforce deficit to a child care shortage.