Governor Lamont and Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano have their differences, but last Saturday they got to settle them on the tennis court.
The lawyer for the state Senate Republicans has been fired.
The Republican state Senate leader is accusing a University of Connecticut economist and professor of overstepping his role and wading into partisan politics.
If you’ve ever owned a pet, you know the love for them is priceless. But, it can come with a cost.
Senate Republican Minority Leader Len Fasano appreciates that Governor Ned Lamont is open to having a dialogue with GOP legislators, but he couldn’t find much to work together on in this budget speech.
The Governor, Legislative leaders, and business leaders are continuing to look at the new, “no tolls” transportation plan announced by Senate Republicans on Thursday.
It looks like Governor Ned Lamont’s long-stalled ‘trucks only toll’ proposal is finally moving forward.
State auditors say the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development provided inaccurate or unsupported information about job creation and tax credits tied to various state initiatives designed to grow or retain jobs.
Lamont says he’s “in on back and forth” over UConn and the Big East.
Trucks and tolling is a hot topic here in Connecticut as lawmakers try to work out their new funding plan moving forward. But across the boarder in Rhode Island, there is a legal challenge about the Constitutionality of further fees on traveling truckers.