The “Parents Against Stupid Stuff” PAC is promising to make transgender athletes and critical race theory issues in CT’s race for governor.
The super PAC behind ads attacking Gov. Ned Lamont is primarily funded by two Connecticut businessmen who each contributed $500,000.
Beach access is protected by the First Amendment, but that doesn’t include parking. So towns jacked up the cost for nonresidents to park.
The bill made it out of the Public Health Committee but Senate Democrats are sending it to another committee before calling it for a vote.
The auditors found officials mismanaged audits and failed to enforce price caps meant to hold down costs for local school building projects.
The plan makes unprecedented new investments in child care while fully funding the state’s contracting watchdog agency for the first time.
A review of 80 audits reveals a dysfunctional system for examining and managing billions of dollars in school construction projects.
The deal allows state workers to collect 70% of their bonuses and still retire before more stringent pension benefits kick in July 1.
The GOP ticket was introduced in Fairfield, a community that embodies the opportunity and challenge facing Bob Stefanowski and Laura Devlin in 2022.
Lawmakers are expected to endorse income tax cuts for the working poor and middle class, as well as a new child tax credit.
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.