Communities across Connecticut will receive funding, formerly known as earmarks, for infrastructure, housing, education and more.
Gun violence survivors joined CT politicians to call on the Senate to restore the federal assault weapons ban, which is unlikely to pass.
Connecticut was vying to move up its presidential primary in 2024. But President Biden and Democrats want Georgia and Michigan to go earlier.
Opponent Leora Levy calls him “out of touch,” but Sen. Richard Blumenthal is promoting his legislative history as he runs for reelection.
The Senate’s Electoral Count Act reforms bill, which CT Sen. Chris Murphy worked on, has bipartisan support. But the House’s version doesn’t.
Nearly a half million CT residents with student loans are eligible for debt relief, and more than half of them are Pell Grant recipients.
Merriam, a federal district court judge, is one of two Connecticut nominees appointed by President Joe Biden to sit on the 2nd Circuit.
Republican Leora Levy is running against U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, but CT voters still grapple with Donald Trump’s influence.
Some borrowers who earn less than $125,000 will qualify for forgiveness up to $20,000. The average debt for Connecticut borrowers is $35,162.
Insurers cited the end of enhanced federal ACA subsidies as the reason for rate hikes. But Congress was ready to pass a 3-year extension.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said U.S. Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson exemplifies the core values of the Democratic party.
Trump’s insistence the election was rigged is a distraction that GOP candidates in Connecticut say they are intent on ignoring.
President Joe Biden visited Connecticut to promote the hopes of his presidency and legacies of two former senators named Dodd.
Gov. Ned Lamont and other governors expressed dismay to the White House over pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Sen. Chris Murphy offered mild criticism of the Biden administration and accused Republicans of using the issue as a distraction.