State Senate President Donald Williams has announced he will not seek re-election to the Senate this fall.
A legislative report recommends that state parks keep up to half their annual revenue as the state makes its largest investment ever to improve Connecticut parks as they celebrate their centennial.
Governor Malloy has ordered state flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of a legislator who died overnight.
Governor Dannel Malloy unveiled his proposed changes to the second year of the state budget in his State of the State address, as the General Assembly convened for a three-month legislative session.
Legislative leaders and the governor’s office are delaying the start of the legislature for a day, due to the weather forecast
Another looming winter storm is changing the opening day plans for Connecticut’s General Assembly.
Legislation designed to encourage out-of-court settlements in the litigation surrounding the collapse of Curt Schilling’s video game company won easy approval Tuesday in the Rhode Island Senate.
A federal judge has upheld the gun control law that Connecticut adopted last year in the wake of the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Legislative leaders are proposing a new agency to make Connecticut’s three deep-water ports more competitive, saying the time is ripe to carve out a niche and boost their economic potential.
Legislative Democrats unveiled their 2014 jobs agenda Tuesday.