Bob Stefanowski said crime was “out of control” and CT’s 2-year-old accountability law was the main cause of police recruiting difficulties.
Connecticut lawmakers may call a special session after elections to extend the gas tax holiday and add money to the Premium Pay Program.
In CT’s first debate, Gov. Ned Lamont trumpeted state finances while Bob Stefanowski painted the state as unsafe and overburdened by taxes.
A Western New England University survey for Hearst Connecticut/WFSB shows Lamont leading Stefanowski 55%-40% and by 30 points among women.
CT resumed its 10-year crime drop after a bump in 2020. Republicans say Democrats have “put the rights of criminals ahead of our police.”
CT has saved $9 billion since 2017, but some say the budget constraints need to be loosened as pressures hit families and workers.
Health professionals are realizing how much climate change — especially more heat — can lead to cascading effects on human health.
The CT GOP gubernatorial candidate insists abortion is irrelevant. It’s the one issue that Democrats, and some in his own party, just won’t let go.
Some towns in southwestern CT have strong plans for improving affordable housing, but others have room for improvement, a new study found.
The poll shows Gov. Ned Lamont and Sen. Richard Blumenthal, both Democrats, have 30-point leads among women who are likely to vote.
Connecticut’s rich Republican candidate, Bob Stefanowski, says he is more grounded than his richer Democratic opponent, Gov. Ned Lamont.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski’s plan would tap into CT’s rainy day fund to extend fuel tax relief and ease tax burdens.
Bob Stefanowski made the accusation, without citing proof, that Ned Lamont would try to stall FBI investigations until after the election.
Only two members of the CT Employee Review Board, which is hearing Kosta Diamantis’ complaint against the state, were at the hearing.
New London, like other Connecticut cities and towns, is deciding how to spend National Opioid Settlement money from pharmaceutical companies.