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Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ned Lamont unveiled a jobs plan Wednesday centered on three business tax cuts — and a previously disclosed middle-class income tax break... [Read More]
Connecticut hospitals and health networks have received an estimated $1.2 billion in outpatient facility fees from 2015 through 2017, according to data announced on Tuesday.... [Read More]
The leader of Connecticut's cybersecurity efforts said Tuesday that Washington, with a deeply polarized Congress and faction-riven White House, has abrogated its role in defending... [Read More]
Ben Barnes, who has overseen Connecticut's budget as the secretary of the Office of Policy and Management from the first days of Gov. Dannel P.... [Read More]
The Republican and Democratic candidates for governor pummeled each other in their second televised debate Monday, offering practiced one-liners that energized a Shubert Theater audience... [Read More]
The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities challenged candidates for state office Monday to address more than 1,300 mandates placed on city and town budgets. [Read More]
The state has seen a drastic increase in participation in AP courses among Connecticut students from low-income families and -- most notably -- among Hispanic... [Read More]
While the residents of the Carolinas struggled against devastating tides, torrential rain and winds from Hurricane Florence, the political wind blew in Connecticut. A lot... [Read More]
Republicans are outspending Democrats on television advertising in the race for governor of Connecticut this month, even as questions persist about the financial resources directly... [Read More]
State officials project accidental drug deaths to remain virtually flat this year, marking the first break in the momentum of an epidemic that has shown... [Read More]
The Connecticut Insurance Department announced Thursday that premiums for individual and small group plans can rise only about 3 percent on average in 2019, lower... [Read More]
Independent gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel, who has struggled to attract financial and political support, told reporters Thursday that he would empty the Rainy Day Fund... [Read More]
The first head-to-head debate by Democrat Ned Lamont and Republican Bob Stefanowski ended Wednesday night without Connecticut voters learning how either man would close a... [Read More]
Veyo has made some marked improvements in recent months, but the company hired to oversee the transportation of Medicaid patients continues to be criticized for... [Read More]
Connecticut is suing a Florida-based compounding pharmacy and several people, including former and current state employees, for their alleged involvement in a kickback pyramid scheme... [Read More]
You probably think of the DMV as just a place to get your license or registration -- usually after an interminable wait. Comics have long... [Read More]
The first opportunity for side-by-side comparisons of Democrat Ned Lamont and Republican Bob Stefanowski, each a businessman trying to become Connecticut's next governor without significant... [Read More]
New Haven resident Kimberly Streater was pregnant with her third of six children when she called her friend for a ride to the hospital after... [Read More]
It was a bruising week in national and Connecticut politics, even by recent standards. Most of the bruising, of course, took place in Washington, D.C.,... [Read More]
In the three years since, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has given away millions to groups working to "personalize" learning, reshape teacher training, and diversify the... [Read More]