Budget Vote Collapses; Senate Could Vote FridayA vote on Connecticut's overdue state budget collapsed at the Capitol Thursday night.
Republican House Leaders Offer Plan To Boost School FundsRepublican House leaders are proposing a revised budget they say ensures every Connecticut community will receive an increase in local school funding.
Republicans Again Seek To Win Control Of Connecticut SenateConnecticut Republicans again have their sights on winning control of the Senate.
Republicans, Gun Advocates Unimpressed By Democrats' Gun Control MovementsConnecticut's congressional delegation is becoming known for its united stance on gun control measures, but some Republicans and gun rights advocates aren't impressed.
Connecticut Republicans Nominate Congressional CandidatesCandidates chosen for U.S. Senate and the five Congressional Districts
Legislative Republicans Propose Deficit Mitigation PlanGOP says their proposal covers the entire projected 922 million dollar deficit in fiscal 2017
Cruz Wins Wisconsin GOP PrimaryCritics hoping to deny Trump the GOP nomination
Familiar Names To Appear On Connecticut Primary BallotVoters in Connecticut's upcoming presidential primary will find some familiar names.
Legislative Republicans Offer Their Alternative Budget The minority party in the Connecticut General Assembly is offering an alternative state budget proposal that replenishes many of the Democratic governor's proposed cuts but reduces state employee overtime and imposes a wage freeze next year.
State Senate GOP Adds Urban Affairs DirectorRepublicans in the Connecticut Senate are adding an urban affairs director to their staff.
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.
Foley, McKinney Have Attempted To Remain CivilTom Foley, the endorsed Republican candidate for Connecticut governor, said Sunday he and his GOP rival, Sen. John McKinney, had agreed to run a civil campaign that he said has been followed mostly, but not always.