Democratic Budget Includes Legalized Pot, Tolls And A CasinoDemocratic legislative leaders are proposing to legalize the retail sale of marijuana, authorize at least one new casino and ``pave the way for tolls in Connecticut'' as ways to balance the state's deficit-plagued budget for the next two fiscal years.
House Dems Outline Policy Proposals For Next YearDemocrats in the State House of Representatives and candidates who hope to be there next year outlined their policy agenda Tuesday at Goodwin College's Business and Manufacturing Center in East Hartford.
Hillary Clinton's Historic NightClinton casts herself as a unifier,seeks to reach beyond the Democratic base
Clinton Captures The Democratic Presidential NominationHistory made as Clinton becomes the first woman to win the presidential nomination of a major political party in the U.S.
Republicans, Gun Advocates Unimpressed By Democrats' Gun Control MovementsConnecticut's congressional delegation is becoming known for its united stance on gun control measures, but some Republicans and gun rights advocates aren't impressed.
Trump And Sanders Win Indiana PrimariesTed Cruz drops out of the race
Clinton Takes Connecticut And 3 Other StatesBernie Sanders the projected winner in Rhode Island
Malloy Says Democrats' Budget Proposal Is 'Incomplete'A spokesman for Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the spending plan offered by the legislature's Democrats includes "real cuts" but remains "incomplete," approximately $300 million short of covering the projected $900 million budget deficit.
Sanders Carries Wisconsin DemocratsStill trails Clinton in the delegate count
Democrats Offer Ideas Ahead Of Vote On Deficit PlanDemocratic leaders have offered their ideas for covering this fiscal year's deficit ahead of a vote on a bipartisan plan in the works to fix it.
Clinton, Sanders To Visit Massachusetts Ahead Of PrimaryBoth Democratic presidential candidates will be making stops in Massachusetts ahead of the state's presidential primary.
Connecticut Superdelegates Stand By Clinton Despite NH LossConnecticut's Democratic Party insiders are sticking with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for president, despite her recent loss in the New Hampshire primary to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.