Exactly 5 months ago, Ned Lamont made a promise to deliver a balanced budget on-time. Mission accomplished.
The ‘Bag Tax’ is back and a key legislative committee says it should start this October.
As the 2019 General Assembly session moves into its 5th week, the proposed new laws are being filed fast and furious.
A mammoth merger announced over the weekend would see the world headquarters of Connecticut's largest private employer moving to Boston.
Liberal Democrats, also known as 'progressives' in the General Assembly are flexing their political muscle.
A bill to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana has passed another key legislative the committee. It’s the second committee to pass a legal marijuana bill in the past two weeks.
For the first time ever, a legislative committee has approved a bill to legalize and regulate the recreational use of marijuana in Connecticut.
Legal marijuana could be available here in Connecticut by the end of this year.
Multitude of issues on 2019 General Assembly Session.
The first proposals for the upcoming legislative session have already been filed by a large group of self described "progressive Democrats."