State Senate President Martin Looney is now calling for Connecticut Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty to resign from office.
There was good news for Connecticut Senate President Martin Looney on Monday. A volunteer has stepped forward to give him a kidney.
Looney, who has been suffering from kidney failure, is scheduled to have transplant surgery early next week. Looney has battled a form of arthritis since he was a teenager, and the medication caused his kidney trouble.
When the boss is away, Martin Looney will play.
Lawmakers will be pitching some ideas that they say will make the tax code fairer for Connecticut taxpayers.
Republicans kick off this legislative session in a very difficult position.
A major announcement is expected by lawmakers in New Haven on Wednesday.
Connecticut Senate President Pro Tempore Martin Looney has received a new kidney during a successful transplant surgery.
Lt. Gov.-elect Susan Bysiewicz (BY’-suh-wits) has announced key members of her staff as she prepares to take office next week.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says “it’s possible” he can reach an agreement on legalizing sports betting for Connecticut lawmakers to consider in a special legislative session.
Plans to expand the runway at Tweed Airport in New Haven are officially moving forward after a court ruled in favor of the airport.