Senator Richard Blumenthal announced Tuesday that he is sponsoring a bill that would present a Hispanic infantry unit with the Congressional Gold Medal.
Connecticut’s leading role in aviation has never been disputed, but legislators have passed a bill insisting that a Connecticut aviator flew two years before the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk, N.C.
A coalition of Connecticut lawmakers wants to expand video gambling in the state.
Connecticut lawmakers are sending the governor a bill mandating a study of the availability of e-books to Connecticut public libraries.
Connecticut lawmakers advanced legislation Thursday that supporters said would create some of the nation’s toughest laws against human trafficking.
A bill that would require special labels on baby food containing genetically modified ingredients has passed the state House of Representatives.
Connecticut lawmakers are sending the governor a bill that would penalize people who fail to contain the growth of bamboo on their property.
Legislation that sets stronger pool safety measures following the recent deaths of two Connecticut students is advancing in the General Assembly.
Connecticut lawmakers are pushing ahead with bipartisan legislation requiring the labeling of food containing genetically modified ingredients.
Legislation that would give a second chance to certain juvenile offenders serving lengthy prison sentences in Connecticut easily cleared the House of Representatives on Tuesday.