Congress lopsidedly approved a border security compromise Thursday that would avert a second painful government shutdown, but a new confrontation was ignited — this time over the president's plan to declare a national emergency to siphon billions for his wall.
The Labor and Public Employees Committee heard hours of testimony Thursday on paid family medical leave bills.
Casino reports slots revenue was down 8.5 percent compared to same month the previous year, the seventh straight month of declines.
Customers of the Route 82 Starbucks use the same entrance road as school buses and parents dropping off kids each morning at Thomas Mahan School.
The committee in charge of the investigation will ask the full CMEEC board to plan for a special meeting in March to receive its findings and recommendations.
The state Board of Regents’ finance committee grappled Thursday with various scenarios for state funding and tuition, including one that could leave the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system short $57 million.
Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled his long-anticipated proposal Thursday to eliminate the business entity tax, a $250 fee nearly all Connecticut businesses pay once every two years.
The Board of Education unanimously voted to adopt the superintendent’s proposed 2019-20 budget of nearly $49.5 million — a $1.5 million, or 3.18 percent, increase.
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