States Expand Investigation of Opioid Makers, DistributorsAttorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry as a nationwide overdose crisis continues to claim thousands of lives.
New Britain Fire Chief RetiresA month after he was placed on paid leave following an investigation that faulted him for racial insensitivity, New Britain Fire Chief Thomas Ronalter is retiring
GOP Eyes Popular Tax Breaks To Finance OverhaulRepublicans straining to find about $1 trillion to finance sweeping tax cuts are homing in on two popular deductions that are woven into the nation's fiscal fabric.
Malloy Says Time Has Come For A Bipartisan Budget PlanConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's willing to compromise with Republicans on a bipartisan budget plan, but will veto the GOP-backed budget that passed the legislature over the weekend.
MGM Pitches Park City CasinoMGM Resorts International has announced plans for a $675 million waterfront casino in Connecticut's largest city.
Connecticut Governor Vows Veto Of GOP-Backed Budget PlanConnecticut House and Senate Democrats have broken with party leadership, stunning the political establishment, to pass a Republican-backed state budget plan that calls for large spending cuts but no tax hikes.
House Passes GOP Budget PlanHours after the state Senate passed a Republican budget, thanks to the defection of three moderate Democrats, the House followed suit early this morning.
Democratic Budget Goes Down In FlamesIn a startling turn of events at the State Capitol this afternoon, a Republican-backed state budget was passed in the Senate on a 21-15 vote.
After Breach, Jepsen, AGs Want Equifax To Nix Fee-Based ServicesCount state Attorney General George Jepsen as among those who want to disable links to fee-based credit monitoring being offered by Equifax in wake of a breach that impacted over 140 million U.S. citizens.
Budget Vote Collapses; Senate Could Vote FridayA vote on Connecticut's overdue state budget collapsed at the Capitol Thursday night.
Sales And Income Tax Hike Not In Budget, Says MalloyGov. Dannel P. Malloy says a new state budget being finalized by lawmakers would cut hundreds of millions of dollars in spending, not increase the sales or income taxes and restore hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to cities and towns.
Lawmakers Poised To Vote On State BudgetConnecticut lawmakers say they're ready to break an impasse over the state budget and vote on a new tax and spending plan.