HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Gov. Dannel. P. Malloy says he will dedicate much of his second term to overhauling Connecticut’s transportation system, predicting it will cost “billions and billions and billions” of dollars over the […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut’s largest association of cities and towns is asking the governor and state lawmakers to at least maintain current levels of state aid when they craft a new two-year state budget. […]
A higher minimum wage, changes to Connecticut’s domestic violence laws and a new policy for police use of stun guns are among the new laws taking effect in the new year.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) A federal appeals court has upheld convictions against a former aide to ex-Connecticut House Speaker Christopher Donovan in connection with illegal contributions to Donovan’s failed congressional campaign in 2012. The 2nd U.S. […]
ROCKY HILL, Conn. (AP) – Some veterans who live at the Connecticut Veterans’ Home in Rocky Hill are lodging complaints about the facility with state lawmakers, claiming they feel disrespected by staff. Several veterans told […]
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Last session, the General Assembly passed legislation making changes and additions to laws regarding concussion prevention in young athletes. Among them: training and review for coaches, as well as refresher training […]
(West Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Elected and education officials sat down today for a roundtable discussion on domestic violence in West Hartford. The issue has received attention not only with the Ray Rice case but […]
(West Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A West Hartford state lawmaker is calling for a meeting with Connecticut transportation and local officials in light of a fatal accident on Interstate 84 in town this morning. One […]
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The Connecticut NAACP and the state ACLU chapter are lauding a taser reform bill passed this session in the General Assembly. The state Senate on Wednesday passed the bill the came […]
State lawmakers reached a midnight deadline on Wednesday to close out an election-year legislative session marked by disagreement over whether Connecticut’s economy is finally improving after the recession.