Restraining Order Gun Bill On Its Way To GovernorLegislation requires subjects of temporary restraining orders to turn in their firearms
Disposable Bag Legislation Passes State SenateRequires distribution reduction by 2021
Lawmakers Approve Bipartisan State Budget FixA bipartisan plan to slash Connecticut's current fiscal year budget deficit is moving through the General Assembly.
Maynard Swearing-in UncertainA Senate Democrats spokesman said he had no information he was able to share, about whether injured Senator Andrew Maynard would take part.
State Senate GOP Adds Urban Affairs DirectorRepublicans in the Connecticut Senate are adding an urban affairs director to their staff.
Statement of Maynard Family
Sister Says Stonington Senator Still Hospitalized The sister of a Stonington state senator says her brother is still recuperating at Rhode Island Hospital from a serious fall and is beginning the recovery process.
State Senator Expected To Recover After FallState Senator Andrew Maynard is expected to recover, after falling from an outside staircase at his home in Stonington.
College Sexual Assault Bill Sent to GovernorConnecticut lawmakers gave final legislative approval Tuesday to a wide-ranging bill that attempts to address and prevent sexual assault on college campuses, mirroring some of the newly released recommendations from a White House task force.
Electric Consumer Protection Bill Heads to HouseConsumer protections that promise more transparent billing and marketing by electricity suppliers in Connecticut unanimously cleared the state Senate on Tuesday.
Heated Debate on Judicial Nominees
Early Childhood Ed Bill Passes Senate