Responding to one of the worst massacres in state history, Connecticut lawmakers are expected to pass a package of gun control and other measures, described by supporters as the most comprehensive in the country
Hundreds of gun rights advocates are gathering at the statehouse in Hartford ahead of a vote in the General Assembly on proposed gun-control legislation.
The mother of a child killed in the Dec. 14 school shooting in Newtown says she’s grateful and pleased with the gun control proposal that state lawmakers have unveiled.
Witnesses and spectators interested in attending the Gun Violence Prevention Working Group’s informational hearing at the State Capitol Monday found themselves in a line stretching down the sidewalk, as Capitol Police checked visitors through metal detectors.
Chris Murphy took the oath of office on Thursday to become Connecticut’s newest U.S. senator, replacing the retiring Joe Lieberman.
Connecticut lawmakers are returning to the state Capitol to finish work on the state budget.
Time may be running out to legalize and regulate mixed martial arts matches in Connecticut.
A bill that would make certain Connecticut prisoners ineligible to receive early release credits for participating in rehabilitation and other programs has failed to pass committee vote.
Connecticut Christian religious leaders who oppose the death penalty will be marching in Hartford in favor of repealing the punishment at the state level.
A Democratic-controlled legislative committee has made some changes to Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed budget for the new fiscal year that begins July 1.