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Report: State Employee Retirement System Funded at 38%; Better Than 2016 But Worse Than 2011
November 27, 2018

Report: State Employee Retirement System Funded at 38%; Better Than 2016 But Worse Than 2011

A new report from the Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA) found that, as of June 2018, the State Employee Retirement System (SERS) was funded at 38 percent. That's better than 2016's 37 percent, but worse than 2011, 2012, and 2014.

DOT Study Says Statewide Tolling Could Generate $1B a Year, 60% From In-State
November 16, 2018

DOT Study Says Statewide Tolling Could Generate $1B a Year, 60% From In-State

The 87-page study from the Department of Transportation is making waves, though whether Governor-Elect Ned Lamont and the Democratic legislature take up the plan is another question entirely.

Meet Ned Lamont’s Transition Team
November 9, 2018

Meet Ned Lamont’s Transition Team

The governor-elect introduced his transition team to the state on Thursday, less than 48 hours after winning a close election over Bob Stefanowski.

Lamont Earns Narrow Win Over Stefanowski, Ensuring 12-Year Run of Dem Governors in CT
November 7, 2018

Lamont Earns Narrow Win Over Stefanowski, Ensuring 12-Year Run of Dem Governors in CT

Despite Dan Malloy's gutter-low approval ratings in the state of Connecticut, Ned Lamont kept the governor's mansion in Democratic hands on Tuesday.

The Closing Argument: Lamont Has “No Comment” on Raising Taxes, Stefanowski Says No
November 5, 2018

The Closing Argument: Lamont Has “No Comment” on Raising Taxes, Stefanowski Says No

"No comment" versus "absolutely not" seems a fitting close to the Connecticut gubernatorial race.

Lamont Says Stefanowski Wants $0 Minimum Wage, But Stefanowski Said Differently Just 2 Days Ago
October 23, 2018

Lamont Says Stefanowski Wants $0 Minimum Wage, But Stefanowski Said Differently Just 2 Days Ago

Ned Lamont is claiming Bob Stefanowski wants to eliminate the minimum wage. Stefanowski said in an interview published Sunday that he supports leaving the minimum wage "where it is," at $10.10 an hour.

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