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A bill requiring foods produced with genetic engineering be labeled in Vermont has passed by 28 votes to two in the State Senate.
Minority Republican state legislators today pitched an alternative budget that weeded hundreds of millions of dollars out of gimmicks from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan and canceled the governor's controversial rebate.
Members of Connecticut's House of Representatives want to make it clear they don't believe horses are inherently vicious, a response to a recent state court ruling.
After harsh winter, economists see encouraging signs on employment front for seven months in a row going back to July 2013 Connecticut added 4,900 jobs last month, part of an encouraging two-month uptick that followed a major setback at the start of the year, according to data issued Thursday by the state Department of Labor, Economists have ... (more)
Access Health CT reported that 78,713 people signed up with private insurance carriers as of April 13. The rest enrolled in government-funded Medicaid.
In the awful event of a rape or sexual assault at a university or college there is no guarantee that the victim will be treated as she should be .
A 16-year-old transgender girl who was sent to an adult prison last week, depite not being charged with a crime, has issued a statement in the form of a court filing.
Joining a growing trend nationally, New Mexico Department of Corrections announced Wednesday it is ending its 30-year-old policy of allowing inmates overnight visits with lovers and family.
Groton has three teachers joining the "Connecticut Dream Team" - a group of 97 teachers charged with mastering an educational approach that aligns with Common Core.
Connecticut's Gold Coast is living up to its name, with a record $120 million sale of a waterfront estate in Greenwich leading an increase in sales of homes for more than $10 million.
Advocates of prohibiting storage of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing delivered petitions with thousands of signatures to policymakers Wednesday as the legislature considers two bills on the subject.
The Connecticut Post reports that Melanie Marks, head of Connecticut House Histories, says a title search found that Gustave Whitehead's Fairfield house dates to 1914.
Connecticut commuters expect to hear from Metro-North officials about the commuter railroad's 100-day improvement plan.
A tractor trailer accident on I-91 southbound between Exits 37 and 36 shut down the left and right lanes, according to the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
The State Senate gave preliminary approval to H.112 Tuesday, a bill that would require genetically modified foods to be labeled.
It wasn't collective bargaining policy that provoked a dispute between legislative Republicans and a union official during a Tuesday hearing - it was a roll of the eyes.