Last Tuesday, House Republicans outlined their state budget proposals ahead of a budget vote.
Top legislative leaders were back at the Capitol on Wednesday in an effort to work out a compromise on restaurant worker wage rules. The issue is temporarily pushing highway tolls off the agenda at the capitol because of the fear that more restaurants may be targeted for lawsuits over alleged violation of worker pay rules.
There’s a battle brewing at the State Capitol besides the one over highway tolls. This battle is over the pay restaurant workers get and it could see the first veto override of Governor Ned Lamont’s term.
It's called "Prioritize Progress and it's the only transportation plan on the table at the State Capitol that has no highway tolls.
Friday was “Women and Girl’s Day” at the State Capitol, a tribute to the achievements of Connecticut women; past, present, and future.
Connecticut Speaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz (D) spoke about passing a new state budget.
15 state labor unions representing about 45,000 state employees have overwhelmingly voted to approve billions in concessions to help bail out state government.
On this episode of the Capitol Report, the panel discusses the passage of the state employee union concessions deal.
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.