Committee Considers Juvenile Sentences State lawmakers are working on a legislative compromise to bring Connecticut in line with two U.S. Supreme Court rulings addressing lengthy prison sentences for juvenile offenders. Proposal Would Require Notarized Statements From Parents Who Decline Immunizations Connecticut parents and guardians who want their children exempted from certain immunizations would need their wishes to be notarized under proposed legislation.
Committee Rejects Charter School Moratorium Priorities For Transportation Overhaul Governor Malloy With Ray Dunaway Five-Month Prison Sentence For Lisa Wilson-Foley Former Lieutenant Governor Candidate Won’t Run For U.S. Senate Wilson-Foley To Be Sentenced For Scandal Involving Rowland Co-Chairs Split On Banning Felons From Public Office Lawmakers to Revise Malloy Proposal on Local Development
Man Charged With Deliberately Injuring Infant A 36-year-old Moosup man is charged with deliberately injuring an infant he was caring for. Boston Policeman In Critical Condition After Shooting A Boston police officer honored at the WhiteHouse in May for being among the first responders to the shootout with the Boston Marathon bomb suspects is in a medically induced coma after being shot.
State Aims To Stop Sewage Removal From Boats Newtown Advocates Kick Off Annual Bike Ride CT Fastrak Debuts Committee Considers Juvenile Sentences New Haven Policeman Cleared Of Wrongdoing In Teen’s Arrest Proposed Bill Would Protect Those Who Break Into Cars To Rescue Children Proposal Would Require Notarized Statements From Parents Who Decline Immunizations Police Body Camera Bill Passes Judiciary Committee