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Labor Activists Go After Rural Democrat Over Scheduling Bill
March 19, 2018

Labor Activists Go After Rural Democrat Over Scheduling Bill

Representative Boyd's message didn't seem to resonate with progressive organizers.

CT Taxpayers Keep Paying for Booming Defense Industry
December 5, 2017

CT Taxpayers Keep Paying for Booming Defense Industry

Connecticut legislators have long been pumping taxpayer subsidies into businesses to stave off various firms from exiting the state.

As State Spends Big on It, Hartford’s XL Center Looks for a Buyer
December 4, 2017

As State Spends Big on It, Hartford’s XL Center Looks for a Buyer

Without a sale, state officials will have a costly decision to make.

CERC Study: 51% Believe CT Has a Bad Economic Outlook
November 15, 2017

CERC Study: 51% Believe CT Has a Bad Economic Outlook

Communities throughout Connecticut have for years been seeing the exodus of workers.

New Tax in the New Budget Impacts All Uber and Lyft Rides
November 1, 2017

New Tax in the New Budget Impacts All Uber and Lyft Rides

The two-year budget passed last week, and signed by Malloy this week, levies a 25-cent-per-ride tax on all Uber and Lyft rides.

Malloy Signs Budget, Vetoes $1.1 Billion Line Item on Hospitals
November 1, 2017

Malloy Signs Budget, Vetoes $1.1 Billion Line Item on Hospitals

The governor signed the bipartisan budget into law on Tuesday, ending Connecticut's budget crisis – save for one major line item.

These People Want to Be Your Next Gov; How They Feel About the Budget
October 31, 2017

These People Want to Be Your Next Gov; How They Feel About the Budget

Reclaim Connecticut reached out to 15 gubernatorial or exploratory campaigns, to see how candidates would treat the bipartisan budget. Several responded.

REACTIONS: How Leaders Around the State Feel About the Bipartisan Budget
October 27, 2017

REACTIONS: How Leaders Around the State Feel About the Bipartisan Budget

As the two-year budget awaits a 'yea' or 'nay' from Governor Malloy, we take a look at reactions to the budget from around the state.

Budget, Negotiated Without Malloy, Passes Senate 33-3
October 26, 2017

Budget, Negotiated Without Malloy, Passes Senate 33-3

In just the latest bipartisan showing in Hartford, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate came together to pass, by a 33-3 margin, a balanced two-year budget.

Budget Votes Coming Today and Tomorrow; “Compromise” Reached
October 25, 2017

Budget Votes Coming Today and Tomorrow; “Compromise” Reached

After Democratic and Republican leaders reached a compromise on a two-year budget, legislators will vote this week to end the impasse.