Connecticut Senate To Vote On Democratic BudgetConnecticut state senators are returning to the Capitol for a special legislative session to vote on a revised budget for the new fiscal year that tackles a projected $960 million deficit.
Connecticut Republicans Nominate Congressional CandidatesCandidates chosen for U.S. Senate and the five Congressional Districts
Connecticut Lawmakers Hope To Vote On Budget In Coming DaysDemocratic legislative leaders are hoping to vote in the coming days on a revised Connecticut budget for next fiscal year, which is about $922 million in deficit.
Democrats Offer Ideas Ahead Of Vote On Deficit PlanDemocratic leaders have offered their ideas for covering this fiscal year's deficit ahead of a vote on a bipartisan plan in the works to fix it.
Senate Majority Leader To Offer Bill Allowing Tesla To Sell Cars To ConsumersThe majority leader of the Connecticut Senate says he'll introduce legislation that would allow electric vehicle manufacturers, including Tesla Motors, to sell cars directly to consumers.
Ex-Gubernatorial Candidate Visconti Considering US Senate BidFormer gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti says he's now exploring a run for the U.S. Senate.
State Senate Passes Transportation Lock BoxConnecticut legislators are back at the Capitol for a special session, trying to fix projected state budget deficits, revamp some business taxes and protect transportation revenues from being used for other purposes.
Senate Passes Democratic Budget Shortly Before Adjournment
Bill Exempts State Juniors From Controversial Test
Bill On Campus Sex Assaults Passes SenateA bill that requires all Connecticut colleges to establish ``affirmed consent'' as the threshold for determining whether sexual activity is consensual is moving through the General Assembly.
Senate Passes Revised Casino Bill Connecticut senators have voted to create a two-step process for opening a new tribal casino to help blunt out-of-state gambling competition.
Connecticut's Senators Split On Spending Bill Connecticut's two U.S. senators split in the vote on the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed 56-40 Saturday night.