Rep. Laura Devlin, R-Fairfield, was a leading GOP voice of opposition to Gov. Ned Lamont’s ill-fated highway tolls proposal in 2019.
One in four working families in CT has a child under 6. Economists have attributed much of the workforce deficit to a child care shortage.
Officials are considering a takeover of West Haven’s finances after an audit found the city misspent federal pandemic relief funding.
Republicans want CT to join other states in challenging federal rules that limit the state’s ability to cut taxes this year.
State officials are encouraging people with multiple co-morbidities and older residents to get a second booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The state treasurer’s office is advocating for legislation to automatically return unclaimed money to Connecticut residents.
An incumbent buoyed by a surplus, Gov. Ned Lamont’s first TV commercial exploits Connecticut’s newfound political asset — the budget.
A bill would ban evictions without cause in many settings and would extend requirements that rent increases be fair and equitable.
The bill to expand HUSKY to undocumented children up to 18 failed in committee, but some think it could be included in the budget implementer
The early Republican attacks and immediate Democratic counter are harbingers of an ugly rematch of the Lamont-Stefanowski 2018 campaign.
The measure also would expand the board’s authority to probe quasi-public agencies and would shield it from emergency budget cuts.
Gasoline will be cheaper for CT consumers on Friday, but gas stations that fill up their own tanks this week might be selling it at a loss.
More than 700 Afghans have come to CT since September, more than double the original target, thanks to partnerships and public support.
The subpoena ordered local officials in Enfield to turn over seven years of records related to school building projects and Kosta Diamantis.
Bills concerning the records of cemetery associations, public comment periods and remote meetings are on their way through the legislature.