RAND study says extending HUSKY health coverage to all CT undocumented residents would put health care within reach for 21,000 more people.
Merrill, 73, announced last June she intended to exit public office when her term expired in January 2023 after three decades in Hartford.
The declaration means CT will continue to receive an extra $34 million through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program every month.
The coming minimum wage increase was an opportunity for Gov. Ned Lamont to share common ground Monday with more progressive Democrats.
Three days after the demise of Roe v. Wade, a new TV ad underlines Gov. Ned Lamont’s unqualified support for abortion rights.
CT has endured a legacy of promised-then-canceled tax cuts. Republican Bob Stefanowski says it’s the same as tax hikes. Democrats disagree.
The Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade led immediately to abortion bans in nine states, but abortion remains legal in CT.
A delegate disclosed that the Lamont campaign and Biden administration had some interest in a contract dispute with CT transit workers.
Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling could open the door to challenges in a state that has some of the most restrictive gun policies in the U.S.
Despite the continuing pandemic, riders are returning to Metro-North trains. The state is trying to get them a faster ride.
CT state worker retirements in the first six months of 2022 are double the average of the past three years.
The state argues that the review board lacks jurisdiction to hear the appeal because Kosta Diamantis did not resign in good standing.
Republican Bob Stefanowski ran four years ago on one idea: repealing the income tax. This year, his brand is not being Democrat Ned Lamont.
Cassano, 80, has represented the 4th District in the Senate since 2011 and spent 26 years leading town government in Manchester.
The equipment purchases were supported by local leaders, but some residents wondered if the federal funding could be put to better use.