The chairman of the legislature’s Black and Puerto Rican caucus has asked that the ‘thin blue line’ flag that was removed after some thinking it was too controversial to be returned to the police memorial area at the Connecticut State Capitol Complex.
Like a department store gift wrapper, we put a bow on the year at the Capitol with WTNH’s Chief Political Correspondent, Mark Davis.
Hartford took yet another blow last week when ratings agency Standard and Poor’s downgraded the state capital’s bond rating again.
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Governor Lamont says his multi-billion-dollar, ten year, transportation plan still is not ready to be ‘rolled out.’ He’s been talking about doing so for weeks, but top legislative leaders say they have seen no details. It’s the middle of October and there’s still no plan for a Special Legislative session on […]
The Lamont Administration is out with a new proposal this midday that is aimed at improving health care for Connecticut residents.
Orientation for the new class of State Reps and State Senators started Tuesday with newly-elected state lawmakers learning everything from how to file a bill to how to find the wash rooms at the Capitol Complex.
Despite a lack of sexual harassment complaints filed against Connecticut lawmakers, the state’s Democratic and Republican legislative leaders want to determine if any policy changes are needed and give any possible victims an opportunity to come forward.
Officials at the Connecticut Supreme Court in Hartford announced Friday that they are disbanding their internal police force in favor of having State Judicial Marshals oversee security.
Governor Malloy’s final State of the State address on Wednesday included almost no words about the state’s fiscal crisis.
The Women's Business Development Council, the the largest not-for-profit organization in Connecticut dedicated to women's economic equality, is honoring women entrepreneurs.