A long-running effort to extend workers’ compensation benefits to police officers who receive mental health injuries on the job cleared a key hurdle Friday after years of defeat in the General Assembly.
People charged with drunken driving in Connecticut could soon be required to install blood-alcohol testers in their vehicles, even if they’ve never been convicted.
Ted Kennedy Jr. has received the official endorsement of Democratic Party in his run for a state Senate seat in Connecticut.
Advocates of a failed bill that would have revamped Connecticut’s juvenile sentencing rules following two recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings are hoping lawmakers will resurrect it before the 2015 General Assembly session.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is trumpeting his legislative victories as he now focuses on winning re-election, saying “real progress” has been made to improve Connecticut’s financial footing.
A bill creating a system for the Department of Education to help Connecticut school districts make sure their security plans are adequate is moving through the General Assembly.
The state Senate on Monday endorsed a bipartisan compromise on how to handle the possibility of waste coming to Connecticut from hydraulic fracturing operations in other states.
$19 billion budget plan passes House along mostly party line; bill goes to Senate, which is also controlled by Democrats.
Legislation that creates protections for Connecticut consumers who sign up for prepaid heating fuel plans is heading to the governor’s desk.
A bill that creates an additional violation for Connecticut motorists who fail to use reasonable care and injure or kill a “vulnerable user” of the roadway moving to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s desk.