Top GOP Lawmaker Rethinks Trump Support Amid Controversy
Connecticut Primary Marked By Lack Of Statewide RacesWith no statewide primary on the ballot this year and only a dozen legislative intra-party contests, turnout for Tuesday's primary elections in Connecticut is expected to be light.
Union Leaders Note Displeasure With Endorsed State LawmakersConnecticut's largest labor organization is making it clear that it's unhappy with state lawmakers who voted for a revised $19.7 billion state budget that makes cuts to state services and state employee jobs.
Ted Cruz Climate Change Comments Make Him 'Unfit' For PresidencyIt’s no surprise that many right wing conservatives have questioned the validity of climate change, and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz's position is no different.
GOP Lawmaker Targets Obama Climate PlanHouse Republicans targeted a key element of President Obama's strategy for fighting climate change, releasing a bill to delay the Obama administration's plan to limit carbon pollution.
Report: House GOP Spent More On Lawyers Than CandidatesConnecticut House Republicans spent more money on lawyers in an election year than to pick up more legislative seats.
GOP's Harrop Won't Drop Out Of Race Against CianciRepublican Daniel Harrop has hinted he might drop out of the Providence Mayoral race to help consolidate support for Democrat Jorge Elorza in order to keep two-time convicted felon Buddy Cianci from winning.
The Philosophy Of PoliticsSomeone once described the philosophy of politics thusly: Conservatives want to control sex. Liberals want to control everything else. Which may explain why the older one gets, the less liberal one becomes.
Malloy Defends His Record In Fiery Speech To DemsMalloy blasts GOP foe Tom Foley for spending the past four years in the "cheap seats, saying cheap things."
Secretary Kerry Calls Yale Graduates Sterling's "Worst Nightmare"Secretary of State John Kerry poked a little fun at the Donald Sterling controversy while also urging Yale University graduates on Sunday to keep faith in the government's ability to break gridlock.
Connecticut Lawmakers Burn The Midnight OilLawmakers worked late into the night to close out the legislative session before the midnight deadline.
Senate To Study Home-Grown MarijuanaThe Senate has voted to study whether people with serious illnesses should be allowed to grow marijuana at home.

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