Gov. Malloy And Fellow Democrats At Odds Over State BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his fellow Democrats in the General Assembly are at odds over how to fix the projected $922 million deficit in next fiscal year's approximate $20 billion budget.
Yale 'Deeply Disapointed' With Proposal To Tax Commercial Campus Buildings"The legislation is a step backward. It is ultimately an attack on nonprofit colleges and universities that are among the best assets in Connecticut."
State Budget Writers Consider $570M In Reduced SpendingThe Connecticut General Assembly's budget-writing committee plans to vote on a revised budget that reduces the spending plan by nearly $570 million in the new fiscal year.
Advocates Hoping To Keep Pot Legalization Issue Alive
Connecticut Moves Toward Okaying Medical Marijuana For YouthConnecticut lawmakers are moving closer toward allowing qualified patients under 18 years old to use medical marijuana to treat their debilitating illnesses.
Losing Ticket: Plan For Online Lottery Ticket Sales FailsPlans to allow online lottery sales in Connecticut and remove expiration dates from tickets have died in a state legislative committee, after opposition from lottery officials, convenience store owners and gambling addiction experts.
Deportees Denied Reentry To US To Testify Before LegislatorsTwo longtime Connecticut residents deported to Italy because of criminal convictions have been denied permission to return to the U.S. to testify before state legislators.
Connecticut Beekeepers Seek To Protect State InspectorBeekeepers across Connecticut are joining forces to protect the state beekeeper from becoming a victim of the state's deficit problems.
Lawmakers Call For End To Cable DisputeConnecticut legislators are weighing in on the fight between Comcast and the Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network.
Malloy Asks Legislative Leaders To Come Up With Budget CutsDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking Connecticut legislative leaders to come up with ideas by next week for cutting the current fiscal year budget, stressing that everyone needs to act quickly.
Possible Senate Vote To Defeat UConn Contract PlannedSenate Democratic leaders are planning for a possible vote on a labor contract with University of Connecticut workers that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has asked legislators to reject.
A New Gun Debate Returns To Connecticut State CapitolGun rights activists and gun control supporters are at odds over a bill that would compel Connecticut individuals to produce their permit to carry a firearm at the request of police.