Len Fasano is returning to the legislature as an appointee overseeing the non-partisan legal staff.
About 100,000 absentee ballot applications mailed to voters have been returned as undeliverable, adding fuel to a national partisan battle.
Ned Lamont was among the least popular governors. COVID changed that. But has it changed him?
A few legislators returned to Hartford to formally end the 2020 session, a concession to custom, calendar and the coronavirus.
The Senate GOP leader pressed the governor to suspend state employee raises and funnel the savings to non-profits.
They left on March 11, promising to return after a deep cleaning of the State Capitol. They never returned.
Senate Republican Leader Len Fasano, R-North Haven, intends to leave the General Assembly after 18 years.
Lawmakers are expected to approve a two-year, $4.7 billion bond package Wednesday that shatters the governer’s “debt diet.”
In a short session, Democrats lack support from the governor and Republicans, but they’re still attempting a public option bill.
The vote on tolls will not come before next week, the top Senate leader said Tuesday night.
A plan to pay the head of CT’s new education partnership more than $300,000 has prompted renewed questions about the program’s exemption from FOI laws.
While the governor celebrated a deal to develop New London harbor and an offshore wind center, the partisan battle over Connecticut’s quasi-publics intensified.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration is questioning whether the state can afford to continue subsidizing the public teaching hospital.
Gov. Ned Lamont must decide how much detail about his latest bonding proposal to release to legislators Wednesday, including any proposals that might entice legislators to support his trucks-only tolling plan.
The top Senate Republican charged Democrats Tuesday with building a “workaround” provision into the new truck tolls bill.