House Speaker Says Tolls Could Return in 2018A bill has cleared committee,but it is not clear whether the house and senate will authorize highway tolls
Committee Advances Electronic Tolls BillThe measure was forwarded to the full House of Representatives on a 19-16 vote
Pot Legalization Proposal Draws Mixed ReviewsLegislative committee hears testimony on a bill to legalize recreational marijuana
New Projection Shows State Budget In DeficitThe latest estimate comes from the Legislature's nonpartisan fiscal office
Bail Reform Compromise Reportedly in the WorksHouse vote expected this week
Dr. William Petit To Seek Election To LegislaturePetit who lost family in a Cheshire home invasion to run in the 22nd House District
Community College Armed Police Bill Goes To GovernorSpecial forces would be subject to Board of Regents approval
No Budget Vote Before AdjournmentLawmakers would have to return for a special session
Budget Negotiations ContinueDemocratic leaders still optimistic vote can be held prior to Wednesday night adjournment
Legal Pot Proponents Urge Connecticut Lawmakers To Act FastProponents of legalizing marijuana in Connecticut are urging state lawmakers to capitalize on the "novelty factor" of becoming the first New England state to allow recreational use of the drug.
Lawmakers Reworking Gun BillCommittee sends revised legislation to the House of Representatives
Governor Cancels Raises For State ManagersPay raises for certain state managers are being canceled because of Connecticut's continued budget problems.