Four Municipalities Submit Casino ProposalsConnecticut communities interested in hosting a new tribal casino are facing a closing date to submit their proposals.
Governor Suggests Treating More Young Offenders As JuvenilesConnecticut's governor is encouraging the state to consider raising the age at which criminal offenders can be treated as juveniles.
More Tribal Casinos Bill Clears CommitteeA bill that would authorize Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes to open up to three jointly operated casinos is moving through the legislative process.
Hearing Planned For Assisted Suicide Bill
Leaders Tapped To Fill Legislative Black And Latino Caucus
Lawmakers: Horses Not Vicious
Bill Streamlining Raffle Rules Heads to GovernorA bill that attempts to make it easier for charitable organizations in Connecticut to raise money from bazaars and raffles is heading to the governor's desk.
Lawmakers Facing Last Full Week of SessionTime is running out on this year's session of the Connecticut General Assembly.
GOP Offers State Budget AlternativeMinority Republicans in the Connecticut General Assembly on Thursday offered an alternative $18.9 billion state budget that scraps the governor's proposed $55 tax rebate, ends the state's earned income tax credit program for the working poor and doesn't include what the GOP calls Democratic ``gimmicks.''
Hearing Set for Bill on Conn. Child GuardiansA state legislative committee has scheduled a public hearing on a bill prompted by complaints from parents involved in contentious child custody cases.
Conn. Assisted Suicide Bill Draws Large CrowdConnecticut lawmakers are hearing emotional testimony from those who oppose and support proposed legislation allowing physicians to prescribe medication to help terminally ill patients end their lives.
Hearing On PesticidesConnecticut state lawmakers are considering whether to expand restrictions on pesticide use to include more public places like parks, playgrounds and municipal greens.