President Barack Obama
President Obama will push a minimum wage increase when speaking at Central Connecticut State University Wednesday.
The governors of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are stepping up calls on President Barack Obama to scale back the proposed shrinking of the Army National Guard.
Speaking with a “Daily Show” correspondent about President Obama’s plans to increase minimum wage, Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff ridiculed the idea, suggesting that the “mentally retarded” could work for $2 an hour, because “you’re worth what you’re worth.”
A racist, vulgar Facebook post about President Barack Obama by a police officer has caused the cop to be suspended from duty.
Connecticut’s two U.S. senators are sounding cautious over work facing Congress in reforming NSA surveillance practices as proposed by President Barack Obama.
Some Schools Want To End Role As Polling Places Because Of Security Concerns Following Newtown Massacre
Some schools want to end their traditional role as polling places because of security concerns since the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, leaving their communities without easy alternatives for voting sites.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
‘Won’t Work In Connecticut': State Will Not Abide By Obama’s Request To Continue To Sell Canceled Health Plans
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state of Connecticut will not abide by President Barack Obama’s request that states allow insurance companies to continue offering plans that don’t meet minimum levels of coverage required by the federal health insurance overhaul.
For the most part, health insurance policies that were canceled in Connecticut had little or nothing to do with mandates of the new federal law. So says Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Thomas Leonardi. He says 27,000 […]
Connecticut’s U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is praising President Barack Obama’s new rule that requires insurers to cover treatment for mental health and substance abuse no differently than they do for physical illnesses.