Bronin, who was nominated by President Biden last year, was confirmed Thursday and will serve as chair of the federal agency through 2024.
Election reforms will likely be in a federal funding bill, but prospects for the child tax credit and an online safety bill are uncertain.
CT’s submarine and aerospace companies and suppliers could see major investments in workforce and supply chain development.
Gun violence survivors joined CT politicians to call on the Senate to restore the federal assault weapons ban, which is unlikely to pass.
The veterans’ bill was expected to pass Congress by the end of the week, but the path forward is now uncertain after Republicans blocked it.
The state Senator said stress from her contentious divorce her husband, Seth Bergstein, led to her decision to resign.
Senators voted 22 to 14 in favor of the proposal after more than eight hours of debate.
Patricia Billie Miller is the first woman and first person of color elected to the Connecticut Senate from Stamford.
Senate endorsed an omnibus fiscal bill that lays the groundwork for a major boost in PILOT aid to many municipalities.
Cardona was the youngest principal in the state of Connecticut.
The question for Sen. Chris Murphy no longer is where might he go next, but what can he do now.
The state Senate approved a pair of health bills that would cap insulin costs and extend telemedicine’s expansion through March.
The bill, however, did not contain more money for cities or states.
The vote indicates there is bipartisan concern over Trump’s handling of Iran after the president order a strike that killed top Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani.
We asked the seven Senate Democrats whose votes on truck tolls have been in question. Here’s what they said.