State House GOP Leaders On Deficit ProposalRepublican legislators are suggesting that certain state employees be offered a financial incentive to retire as a way to help rebalance Connecticut's budget.
State House Speaker Says Tax Mistakes Made In BudgetHouse Speaker Brendan Sharkey is acknowledging Connecticut lawmakers made mistakes in trying to find the revenue needed to balance the state's new two-year budget.
Malloy Calls For Bipartisan Talks On Budget
Connecticut Hospital Execs Call For Special Session On Cuts
Ex-GOP House Staffer Imprisoned 1 Year For Mail FraudThe former chief of staff to the Connecticut House Republicans has been sentenced to a year in prison for taking more than $100,000 in payments from a political campaign direct mail company to which he steered business.
Former Long-time Newtown Lawmaker Dies At 91Former veteran state Rep. Julia Wasserman of Newtown, who escaped Nazi Germany as a girl, has died at the age of 91.
No Decision Yet On Overriding Malloy Vetoes A date has been set for the Connecticut General Assembly to respond to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's nine vetoes, but no decision has been made on whether to override any of them.
Malloy Signs Revised Connecticut Budget Into LawConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed a revised state budget into law, acknowledging he'd like to see at least one more change.
Lawmakers Consider Late Budget Changes, GOP Not Impressed
Ads By Florida, Indiana Spook Connecticut Business GroupsConnecticut business groups continued to put pressure on state lawmakers Monday to roll back proposed tax increases, pointing out how states are actively trying to take advantage of the situation and lure away businesses.
Connecticut Lawmakers To Return To The CapitolDespite Wednesday's adjournment of the regular legislative session, lawmakers are expected to return to the Capitol, possibly in about two weeks, to finish voting on several bills including two that spell out details of the two-year, $40.3 billion Democratic budget.
Legislature Approves Hospital Sales Oversight MeasureThe Connecticut Senate unanimously passed legislation that brings more oversight of hospital sales and adds consumer protections such as notices of costs for nonemergency services.