The request follows an incident at a Norwich nursing home where 21 residents were infected with COVID and three died.
Sen. Cathy Osten
Lamont tells CT agencies to prep deep cost cuts for next budget
Gov. Ned Lamont has directed agencies to find ways to cut spending by 10% or more in the next budget.
New farmland harvest – solar energy – creating political sparks
Two well-intentioned environmental polices – one encouraging more renewable power and the other the preservation of farms and forestland – are colliding. They are pitting farmer against farmer and environmental interest groups against one another, putting state departments at odds, and raising the always explosive issue of private property rights versus state policy.
Legislators question shielding DCF from budget squeeze
Legislators are growing increasingly concerned with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s push to lock in an $800 million budget for the state agency responsible for the care of thousands of abused and neglected children – while he promises to slash spending elsewhere.