Connecticut Government News
Local, regional, and statewide news continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
11 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen
A male health care worker in Connecticut on average earns almost twice as much as a woman performing the same job.
How to do Hyperlapse Photography
Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?
Police Fatally Shoot Another Black Male Near Ferguson
Watch A Tortoise Chase Down A Remote-Controlled Truck With ALL ITS MIGHT
15 hrs ago | Boston.com
A Connecticut man accused of killing his 1-year-old niece by slashing her abdomen has been ordered held in $2.5 million bail.
19 hrs ago | JD Supra
As data breaches continue to occur, breach notification laws are being amended or enacted.
23 hrs ago | Medical News
Elsewhere, Missouri regulators have less authority to review insurance rates than other states do.
The Connecticut General Assembly's 2014 "short session" yielded a modest crop of public acts concerning the environment.
Stefan Pryor, the controversial state Department of Education commissioner since September of 2011, announced that he will not be seeking a second term.
Public Act 14-163 authorizes the Water Planning Council, established by Conn. Gen. Stat.
Four months after the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, lawmakers banned at least 115 types of semi-automatic firearms.
Several Connecticut hip hop fans flocked to New Jersey this weekend for the "Monster Tour," with rap legend Eminem and chart topper Rihanna as the headliners.
Connecticut's stop on the professional tennis circuit has a new name, a new sponsor and for the first time in several years, a sense of identity and security.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is the latest Connecticut politician to get doused with ice water to increase awareness about a debilitating disease.
Kevin Sullivan, commissioner of the Department of Revenue Services, makes the introduction to the nearly 13-minute video in Spanish.
Public Act 14-94 creates a "Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority" as successor to the Connecticut Resource Recovery Authority .
Starting Sunday, Aug. 17 and lasting through Saturday, Aug. 23, the 6.35 percent sales and use tax will not be applied on purchases of clothing and footwear costing less than $300.
Connecticut added jobs for a sixth straight month in July, dropping its unemployment rate to 6.6 percent, the state Department of Labor said Friday.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 07:06 pm
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC