Lawmakers Send Budget Fixes To Governor, But Issues RemainConnecticut's state budget debate is over -- at least for now.
President Appoints New Connecticut U.S. AttorneyLongtime federal prosecutor to succeed Deirdre Daly, appointed by President Obama , who left office Friday.
States Seek To Expand Lawsuit Against Generic Drug-MakersConnecticut's attorney general and 45 of his colleagues are seeking to expand a federal antitrust lawsuit against generic drug-makers to include more manufacturers and medications, as well as senior executives at two companies.
Records: Connecticut Offered To Buy GE's Fairfield CampusBefore General Electric announced in 2016 it was moving its headquarters from Connecticut to Boston, Connecticut officials offered to purchase GE's sprawling Fairfield campus so the company could move to a more urban area in state, possibly to Stamford.
Cleanup Continues After Wind, Rain StormHundreds of thousands of homes ans businesses across the northeast have been left without power after a storm brought high winds and heavy rains to southern New England.
Connecticut House Debates Compromise Budget DealThe Connecticut House of Representatives has begun debating an ``historic'' bipartisan compromise budget bill, hours after it overwhelmingly passed the Senate.
Senate Scheduled To Vote On Compromise State Budget ProposalThe Connecticut Senate is scheduled to vote on a bipartisan, compromise state budget agreement, possibly moving closer toward ending a months-long budget impasse.
State Budget Impasse Blamed For Loss Of 7,900 JobsThere's growing concern that Connecticut's economy already has taken a hit from the protracted state budget impasse, which legislators hope they're close to finally ending in the coming days.
Top Lawmakers: Tentative Budget Deal ReachedTop lawmakers say they have reached a tentative agreement on a resolution to the months-long state budget stalemate.
State Investigates Allegations Of Market Power AbuseConnecticut officials have launched an investigation into allegations of market power abuse by two of the state's largest energy providers.
Malloy Calls Planned Lawsuit Over State Budget PrematureGov. Dannel P. Malloy says it's premature for Connecticut's largest teachers' union to seek a court order to block him from cutting state education funding.
Police: Christopher Columbus Statues Defaced With Red PaintPolice have stepped up security after two Christopher Columbus statues were vandalized with red paint in Connecticut.

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