The jarring advances and defeats of the 45th president's policy promises have gone beyond the usual trials and triumphs of a new administration. So much has almost but not quite happened that the journey to this day seems long.
With tax revenues falling dramatically short of projections, Connecticut faces a fiscal crisis balancing this year's budget and producing a spending plan for the next two years.
Despite a warning from the National Institutes of Health that chlorpyrifos can cause “adverse developmental, reproductive, neurological and immune effects” in human beings, it remains on food products.
If the Republican spending plan stands up to scrutiny, it could provide the opportunity for budget negotiations that address the fiscal shortfall without more tax increases.
Sen. Sanders has perfected a form of anti-gamesmanship gamesmanship, posing as a politician who is above the grubby realities of running for office and focusing instead on the business of the people.
With the state facing a huge deficit, the Appropriations Committee is moving towards increasing spending by 5.2 percent next fiscal year .
When Staff Writer Lindsay Boyle set out to see how our local police departments were complying with the law on providing arrest information, she found some troubling results.
In the tumultuous days of 1967, Avery Point emerged as a peaceful and beautiful oasis for both students and the public. It remains so.
Despite the Trump administration's gutting of environmental protections, states such as Connecticut and private industry continue to fight air and water pollution.
The citizens are indicating by their anger that they don’t want to see their schools decimated.
A 20-year-long sewage spill. That's embarrassing for an institution that has among its core missions enforcing environmental laws.
Connecticut stands to be a trailblazer as the first state with the controversial tax.