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.
Malloy says in a letter delivered Monday to President Barack Obama that the proposals as written would unfairly affect the state of Connecticut because of criteria that would appear to benefit three tribes that already have lost bids for recognition.
A federal investigation into campaign mailings has led to the resignation of one top Republican staffer in Connecticut.
House Speaker Brendan Sharkey says Keno never had a lot of support, and he says the current budget surplus provides an opportunity.
As soon as he heard about a possible lack of available road salt to treat snowy and icy roadways, Northampton, Massachusetts Public Works Director Ned Huntley took a preventative measure.
The Democrat said Tuesday he didn’t “imagine…being a candidate any time before the session is over.” Malloy added how he’d “like to get through the session as governor as opposed to candidate.”
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says a number of communities and the state are facing a road-salt shortage. Malloy says Connecticut expects a salt delivery within the next day or two, but he notes more snow is forecast for this weekend.
Malloy has proposed a small tax refund for individuals, plus a cut in taxes for retired teachers, and a sales tax exemption for some clothing purchases and for non-prescription drugs.
Voters in Connecticut can register to vote and cast their ballots at the same time on Tuesday.
New numbers from Connecticut’s health care exchange show about 3800 people completed the entire enrollment process in the first two weeks of the Affordable Health Care Act.
Today on Morning Edition Extra, we begin with voices in the news this week. Then we get an update on the “Whitey” Bulger trial from Boston, with WBUR editor Mark Degon.
A gun control bill that bans many assault weapons and high capacity magazines was signed into law Thursday by Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy.
For the second time in a month, the U.S.
By now you’ve probably heard the name “Nemo” attached to the winter storm that’s hitting the region today.