Connecticut lawmakers will return next week to focus on the state’s $1 billion dollar deficit for the coming fiscal year.
As his state prepares to build a third casino to compete with Springfield’s MGM, Conn. Gov. Dannel Malloy sounds less than excited about gambling.
It wouldn’t be his first choice, but Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy of Conn. has a preferred Republican in the presidential race. Malloy visited Springfield to campaign for Hillary Clinton ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
Malloy will propose more than $550 million in across-the-board spending cuts for the next fiscal year. He delivers his State of the State address Wednesday.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is among those hailing today’s decision by the U-S Supreme Court granting same-sex couples the right to get married nationwide.
The Connecticut legislature pulled an all-nighter Tuesday night as it goes down to the wire to get a budget passed before the session ends Wednesday. We get an update from Chris Keating of the Hartford Courant.
Updated at 11:28 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.
The storm slams central and eastern Mass., while leaving few scars on the western part of the state.
Dannel Malloy is inaugurated to his second term today in Connecticut.
Governors in the six New England states will be sworn in this week.
The first debate between Connecticut’s two major party candidates for governor produced few surprises, as Tom Foley and Dannel Malloy tackled recurring issues, including gun control and economic development.
Republicans in Connecticut this week made their pick for governor. GOP primary voters chose the former U.S. ambassador to Ireland, Tom Foley, to face the incumbent Democratic governor, Dannel Malloy.
The polls are now open across Connecticut for the state’s primary election. There are several contested races on the ballot across the state.
Five New England Governors met Tuesday to discuss a regional strategy for fighting the surge in heroin and opioid addiction.
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.
Leaders of the National Governors Association appeared Monday before the media claiming harmony and wide agreement, but immediately broke into a partisan dispute.