15 state labor unions representing about 45,000 state employees have overwhelmingly voted to approve billions in concessions to help bail out state government.
A Republican candidate for Connecticut’s General Assembly has withdrawn following criticism over comments he made online about victims of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Summer is officially over at the State Capitol.
Tolls proposal may be bumped to a Special legislative session.
Connecticut's Democratic Governor appears to be headed on a collision course with the Democrats that control the General Assembly.
A new version of the bill to legalize marijuana getting push at Capitol.
Lamont makes it official; he will summon lawmakers back to Hartford for tolls session.
Connecticut's legislative leadership appears undeterred in their push toward legalizing marijuana despite the heavy opposition from the Connecticut State Medical Society.
The Governor’s plans for highway tolls appear headed for a dead end and it looks like bridges to any compromise with Republicans are burning.
Liberal Democrats, also known as 'progressives' in the General Assembly are flexing their political muscle.