Groups Urge State To Reform Taxes, Encourage CooperationRetaining Connecticut's workforce, overhauling taxes and fees, and creating regional cooperation are some of the recommendations from a recent economic summit held by an unusual coalition of state interest groups.
Local Leaders Decry $50-million In Mid-year State Aid CutsConnecticut education and municipal leaders are voicing concerns about $50 million worth of mid-year cuts to state aid for local schools and governments.
Group Working On New Plan To Help Connecticut MunicipalitiesConnecticut's largest association of cities and towns is coming up with a plan to increase regional cooperation and review new taxing options.
Push For Regional Cooperation Intensifies In ConnecticutThe mayor of Connecticut's capital city is making a pitch for more regional cooperation, urging wealthier neighbors to help him solve a massive budget deficit.
CCM Sets Legislative PrioritiesConnecticut's legislative session starts a week from today.
Municipalities Want Legislature To Maintain State Aid
State Municipal Leaders To Unveil Gun Proposals