CT Rep. Quentin Williams made a final visit to the Capitol on Wednesday, a hearse carrying his remains to a brief, poignant prayer service.
CT legislators are eyeing more funds for child care, municipal aid and education as inflation has increased how much the state can spend.
CT lawmakers last year approved an expansion of Medicaid to those 12 and younger regardless of immigration status. It went into effect Jan. 1.
About 44,000 people with marijuana-related misdemeanors have begun getting their records expunged as part of clean slate’s implementation.
In order to adapt to the new economy, new internet users need computers, instruction and support. In CT, libraries are part of the solution.
Hundreds attended the vigil in Middletown for Quentin Williams and remembered the legislator as an advocate for change and a friend to all.
The bills filed in the first week of the CT General Assembly session offer a hint of objectives to be pursued, less a blueprint for them.
The ‘Hartford 400’ project could take 15 years and cost $17 billion. It’s gaining funding and support, but the CT DOT hasn’t signed off.
Rep. Quentin Williams, D-Middletown, was killed in a crash involving a wrong-way driver on Route 9 in Cromwell Thursday.
Comments from Democratic leadership and experts signaled that housing and zoning will be major issues of CT’s upcoming legislative session.
Gov. Ned Lamont opened his second term Wednesday by pronouncing an end to Connecticut’s chronic fiscal crisis.
CT Democrats have solid majorities and no deep schisms in their caucuses. Rep. Matt Ritter and Sen. Martin Looney were reelected as leaders.
CT’s strong financial situation has led to to calls for tax cuts or more spending or both. Gov. Lamont wants to keep the safeguards in place.
Spiking winter energy prices are the result of a crisis that has been a decade in the making, after New England opted to bet on natural gas.
The CT General Assembly will begin its 2023 session with new members, more leadership titles, and the Capitol fully open to the public.