A legislative subcommittee reviewing Connecticut gun laws is receiving some final expert testimony before the lawmakers begin devising recommendations for possible changes to the laws in light of the Newtown school shooting.
A legislative subcommittee is taking testimony on mental health services in Connecticut following the deadly school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is urging lawmakers to work with him to prevent future tragedies like the mass shooting at Newtown’s Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A key state lawmaker is pressing for stronger pool safety measures in Connecticut schools following the deaths of two students in swim classes last year.
Connecticut lawmakers are honoring the victims of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School as they return to the Capitol to address the state’s budget deficit.
Connecticut lawmakers are returning to the state Capitol to finish work on the state budget.
Rhode Island lawmakers have voted to require the state’s main electric utility to check for so-called “stray voltage” following the death of a dog that stepped on an electrified manhole cover in Providence.
Senate President Donald Williams Jr. says he’s confident that a failed bipartisan job creation bill can be resurrected when Connecticut’s General Assembly reconvenes for a special session to finish some budget-related bills.
State Representative Bruce “Zeke” Zalaski, a Democrat from Southington who serves as House Chair of the Labor and Public Employees Committee, has announced he is retiring from the legislature.
Time may be running out to legalize and regulate mixed martial arts matches in Connecticut.