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The leading Republican in Connecticut’s House of Representatives hopes lawmakers will pass legislation that treats offenses involving fentanyl like other drug crimes.
Last Tuesday, House Republicans outlined their state budget proposals ahead of a budget vote.
With this year’s state and local elections months away, the campaigns leading up to Election Day are crucial for candidates looking to hold public office.
House Republican leader Themis Klarides says the deal guaranteeing of half a billion in bonded debt for the City of Hartford means the state can't help any other city or town with any of their projects.
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.
After months of speculation, House Minority Leader Themis Klarides (R-Derby) announced on Wednesday that she will not run for governor.
There will be no votes on Governor Ned Lamont’s “trucks only tolls plan” this week.
Governor Ned Lamont has changed his mind again on his transportation plan. He now said he wants a “trucks only” plan to help rebuild the state’s transportation system.
Republicans in the Connecticut House said the Democrats’ plan to collect tolls from only trucks is a non-starter.