Some say moving the primary to April 2 will benefit CT during the election. But some still believe it’s held too late in the season.
McGee’s race was one of eight primaries for General Assembly nominations Tuesday.
Len Fasano is returning to the legislature as an appointee overseeing the non-partisan legal staff.
Republican legislators charged Tuesday that once-necessary emergency powers granted Gov. Ned Lamont now are used to avoid government transparency.
The bill directs the administration to give a detailed accounting of how federal coronavirus aid has been allotted to date.
Gov. Ned Lamont and the legislature still struggle at times to figure out what the other is about.
The legislature’s Labor and Public Employees Committee co-chairs skipped the masks, but they were very socially distant.
Connecticut House leaders abruptly rescheduled a House session Wednesday, prompted by “an abundance of caution” and not specific threats.
The General Assembly opened its session in extraordinary fashion, convening outdoors, applauded by friends and heckled by protesters.
The General Assembly begins its session Wednesday outside a Capitol closed due to COVID-19. Protests are in the forecast.
Incoming House Speaker Matt Ritter said his goal is to diversify legislative committee leadership, not just reward seniority.
More than half the Connecticut House Democratic majority will have a leadership title next year.
Obama won Connecticut by 20 points, and it nearly killed the GOP. Biden’s 20-point win didn’t hurt as much.
Rep. Sean Scanlon will be co-chair of the legislature’s finance committee, the first personnel move by a new speaker.
Three of the four state legislative caucuses chose new leaders Thursday.