This week, the state put together a package to bail out Hartford. Hartford Business Journal reported: The state is offering to pay off Hartford’s approximately $550 million general obligation debt over the next two decades, a mayor’s office spokesman said. Under the proposed plan, Connecticut taxpayers will pick up the tab for Hartford’s general debt […]
Just this month, the state legislature’s Committee on Children proposed significant restrictions on how employers schedule work shifts.
Connecticut has two cities in the top 182, for population, in America. Unfortunately, those two cities rank low on WalletHub’s new “happiness” ranking.
Andrew McDonald, the Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) ally and controversial Malloy nominee to be chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, squeaked through the state House of Representatives by one vote on Monday.
A new bill working through the legislature would make it more difficult and expensive for citizens or entities to make Freedom of Information (FOI) Act requests in Connecticut.
The health hazards of excessive drinking are well known, so the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collects data to help identify states with the highest levels of adults “who binge drink or drink heavily.”
A University of Connecticut event in March “Honoring Women Who Fight All Forms of Discrimination Against Women” will feature controversial far-left activist Linda Sarsour.
Yesterday, WINY Radio shared a video of a kindergarten class walking by an anti-gun-violence protest at Killingly High School in Dayville.
Last week WTIC-AM announced plans to end its relationship with University of Connecticut (UConn) athletics after the current season.
Yesterday, Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) gave his final “State of the State” address, laying out his broad, progressive, and expensive vision of “fairness.”