Immigrant Students Plan To Turn Out To Legislative HearingImmigrant students without legal status in the United States say they plan to turn out in large numbers for a legislative hearing on whether to make them eligible for institutional financial assistance at state-run colleges and universities.
Pension Restructuring Plan Narrowly Clears General AssemblyA plan to restructure state pension obligations has narrowly cleared the Connecticut General Assembly, despite complaints from Republicans that it doesn't rein in pension costs.
Connecticut House Democratic Leadership Team Is Taking ShapeThe likely leadership of the Connecticut House of Representatives is beginning to take shape.
New State Laws Take Effect TodayA batch of new laws is taking effect in Connecticut.
Vote Postponed On Bail Reform ProposalLawmakers in Connecticut's House of Representatives have postponed a vote on the governor's proposal to overhaul the bail system and cut down on pre-trial detention for defendants charged with misdemeanors.
State Budget Battle Goes Into Extra InningsDemocratic leaders scrapped plans Wednesday evening to push through an 11th-hour budget deal on the final day of the legislative session, acknowledging there was not enough time to pass the bill.
Malloy: It's "Unimaginable" He'll Sign Democratic BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says it is``unimaginable'' he would sign a budget passed by the Democratic controlled legislature that wasn't negotiated with his office.
Parents Say Children Would Benefit From Medical MarijuanaParents with children who suffer from debilitating conditions went before the legislature's Public Health committee today.
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