Gov. Ned Lamont said Tucker Carlson’s commentary on Fox News about red-flag laws and their constitutionality was infuriating.
With fewer COVID tests being reported to the state, wastewater analysis like that done at Yale is proving to be a reliable barometer.
CT Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal sat with Southern conservatives last week to seek common ground on gun laws. They found some.
The law would enhance background checks for buyers under 21 and create a “red flag” tool to allow the seizure of guns from troubled people.
CT needs 3,000 new nurses a year, and only 2,000 graduate — and many of them leave the state. Worsening matters is a shortage of instructors.
With a ceremonial bill signing and an impromptu climb by the governor aboard the Amistad, Connecticut got an early jump on Juneteenth.
The election-year adjustment in how Connecticut funds community projects was sought by a Black and Puerto Rican Caucus frustrated by the governor’s “debt diet.”
The Connecticut Office of Health Strategy is seeking assurances that Covenant Health won’t limit services, including reproductive health.
Both candidates are fighting to reinforce that they understand the impact of the worst inflation in 40 years on voters’ pocketbooks.
The tune bemoans the difficulty of rhyming anything with Connecticut while mentioning marijuana and internet gambling as among its blessings.
Republican legislative leaders in Connecticut want a special session before July 1 to expand state tax cuts to counter rising inflation.
Records show that 16 CT school districts have never submitted a lockdown drill report since they were mandated nine years ago.
Less than half of CT towns submitted affordable housing plans by the June 1 deadline despite five years of advance notice.
Attempts to preserve a Killingworth Boy Scout reservation offer a window into the state’s hit-or-miss pattern of open space conservation.
Connecticut’s public financing of campaigns has changed who can run for General Assembly, but its relevance to gubernatorial races is suspect.