Ahead of the impending special session, Republicans stress that a new policing bill needs scrutiny before passing.
‘Zooming’ their way to a special session on police reforms
A police accountability bill is nearly finished. Plans for how the legislature will function in special session are not.
House passes bail reform compromise with bipartisan support
The House of Representatives voted 88-62 Saturday to approve and send to the Senate a compromise bail reform package backed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Connecticut Sentencing Commission.
NRA fails to block judicial nomination of ‘anti-gunner’
The Connecticut legislature Friday ignored an NRA campaign to block the judicial nomination of a former legislator who co-sponsored the post-Newtown gun controls, voting overwhelmingly to confirm Auden C. Grogins of Bridgeport as a judge of the Superior Court.