A man on the state’s list of suppliers for masks and COVID tests once admitted to taking $1.8 million from his company’s pension fund.
Gov. Ned Lamont will not seek an extension of his executive order requiring state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
With inflation on the rise, Bob Stefanowski echoed Ronald Reagan’s question from 1980: Are you better off than four years ago?
Labor leaders say staffing shortages will become a pandemic unto themselves if essential workers aren’t properly compensated.
Gov. Ned Lamont is intent on sharing responsibility for the next phase of the COVID pandemic with the General Assembly.
Progressives urged Gov. Ned Lamont to tap swelling state revenues to secure permanent tax relief for low- and middle-income families.
A Republican attack ad on Twitter comes in a lull before the Connecticut campaign for governor begins in earnest.
Progressive Democratic state legislators want a broader debate on tax fairness than Gov. Ned Lamont and Republicans may support.
Gov. Ned Lamont had hip replacement surgery Wednesday morning, almost exactly a year after he had his other hip replaced.
COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in Connecticut’s second-largest city, where the positivity rate has tripled over the past three weeks.
Gov. Ned Lamont will re-direct $75 million in expiring federal COVID-19 relief into one-time tax refunds for Connecticut’s working poor.
Connecticut is expanding testing for COVID-19, but no new restrictions or mandates are contemplated, the governor said Monday.
The decision to discontinue testing comes on the heels of criticism over investments made by Annie Lamont’s venture capital firm.
Hopes of a governor and president converged at a sewage treatment plant, a symbol of infrastructure spending coming from Washington.
The governor unveils a wide-ranging executive order addressing a broad spectrum of climate change measures.