Debate Halted On Proposal Dealing With Municipal Budgetsmeasure would allow local leaders more time to pass spending and tax plans
Voters Go To Polls In Elections That Could Affect SenateVoters are going to the polls for special elections that could change control of Connecticut's state Senate.
Senate Lawmakers Reach Power-sharing AgreementSenate membership includes 18 Democrats and 18 Republicans, with the Democratic Lieutenant Governor casting a vote in the event of a tie.
State Senate Leader Gets New KidneyA Superior Court Judge was the kidney donor
Connecticut Senate President To Get Kidney TransplantConnecticut Senate President Pro Tempore Martin Looney is getting a new kidney.
Republicans Make Major Strides In Connecticut LegislatureConnecticut's Democratic controlled General Assembly will become decidedly more Republican when lawmakers return in January.
William Petit Beats Boukus For State Legislature SeatA Connecticut doctor who survived a 2007 home invasion that took the lives of his family has declared victory in his race for a seat in the state legislature.
Fasano Seeks Opinion On Cuts To Watchdog AgenciesThe Republican leader of the Connecticut Senate is asking the state attorney general for a formal opinion on whether Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has the legal authority to cut the budgets of three watchdog agencies.
State Senate Approves BudgetHouse of Representatives plans a budget vote Friday
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.
Lawmakers Say Goodbye To Andrew MaynardState lawmakers praised State Senator Andrew Maynard on the last day of the General Assembly Session.
Restraining Order Gun Bill On Its Way To GovernorLegislation requires subjects of temporary restraining orders to turn in their firearms