Lawmakers Self-Impose Budget Announcement DeadlineEven if a deal is not announced Wednesday afternoon it is expected closed-door negotiations will continue.
Lawmakers Report Progress In Budget NegotiationsThe legislature's Office of Fiscal Analysis estimates the two sides are about $100 million apart.
Lawmakers Still Discussing Crumbling Foundation ReliefSprague Senator Cathy Osten says there is agreement on creating a new fund to help affected homeowners
OTB Expansion Wins Final Legislative ApprovalSportech Venues could have 8 more off-track-betting licenses .Locations would be subject to local and state approval
Ride-Sharing Rules Bill Heads To Governor's DeskBill sets requirements for ride-sharing services which currently operate unregulated in Connecticut
Legislation Approved To Address Opioid CrisisBill will increase data sharing between state agencies regarding opioid abuse and overdose deaths
Tougher Hate Crimes Bill Clears HouseThe measure makes the commission of a hate crime a felony and increases penalties
House Approves Marriage Age BillLegislation setting minimum marriage age now goes to the State Senate
Third Casino Bill Clears Legislative CommitteeThe measure now goes to the State Senate for further action
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