Power struggles between the legislative and executive branches aren’t anything new. But one brewing in Montpelier these days is unique: The administration’s decision to block Internet entertainment sites has spawned a battle between top lawmakers and executive-branch techies.
The Rock Cats plan to move 15 miles up the road to Hartford, where the city will build them a $60 million stadium.
Malloy had proposed a $55-per-person refund, but a projected state surplus is coming in lower than expected.
Today the Connecticut House and Senate are slated to vote for Governor Dannel Malloy’s proposal to hike the state minimum wage to $10.10 an hour […]
A bill that would change existing tax credits for United Technologies Corporation is expected to have bipartisan legislative support in Connecticut.
James Radeker says, in the past, the state added “inhibitors” to the mix that could help prevent corrosion. But he says they caused equipment problems.
House Speaker Brendan Sharkey says Keno never had a lot of support, and he says the current budget surplus provides an opportunity.