Congresswoman To Meet With LIHEAP FamiliesDeLauro to ask Congress to preserve federal low income heating assistance
National Popular Vote Bill Still Alive, Awaits House ActionIt's now up to the House of Representatives to act on legislation that would require Connecticut to join a group of states wanting to pool their Electoral College votes for the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote.
Suburbs Challenge Magnet School Tuition In BridgeportA plan by Connecticut's biggest city to charge suburban districts $3,000 for every student attending city magnet schools is facing a challenge in court.
With State Help, Colt Purchasing West Hartford HeadquartersColt’s Manufacturing Company is purchasing its West Hartford headquarters and manufacturing facility, state officials announced Friday.
Manafort Offers To Talk To House Panel On RussiaPresident Donald Trump's former campaign manager, a key figure in investigations into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, has volunteered to be questioned by lawmakers as part of a House probe.
Public Hearing For Proposal To Legalize Pot For Recreational UseThe General Assembly's Judiciary Committee heard public feedback Wednesday on a measure that would legalize the sale of recreational marijuana in Connecticut to those 21 years of age and older.
Malloy Focuses On Budget As Session Enters Second HalfFairer distribution of town aid, continued criminal justice reforms, and no gimmicks. Governor Dannel Malloy says those are among the ingredients any state budget proposal needs, to win his support.
Suzio Blasts Malloy's Inmate Early-Release ProgramThe legislature's Judiciary Committee is considering proposals that would curb Connecticut's early-release program for prisoners.
Report: Connecticut Tourism Industry GrowingA new state report finds Connecticut's tourism industry is employing more and more people.
Committee Advances Electronic Tolls BillThe measure was forwarded to the full House of Representatives on a 19-16 vote
Lawmakers Hail Bipartisan Bill To Address Crumbling FoundationsA bipartisan bill that could provide some real money to homeowners plagued by failing foundations in Eastern Connecticut has cleared the legislature's public safety committee.
Connecticut Democrats Seek To Toughen Hate Crimes LawsSome Connecticut lawmakers want to toughen the state's hate crimes laws, such as increasing penalties and creating a hotline and text line so people can report incidents of harassment or intimidation of minority groups.

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