Stamford joins the race to lure Amazon’s second HQ

"We are putting together a competitive application that will be appealing to Amazon," Stamford Mayor David Martin said.

Conn. legislature passes budget; Malloy expected to veto

Malloy's veto is expected to occur sometime today.

Connecticut AG Jepsen warns Equifax on profiting from data breach

"Consumers are understandably angry and upset about this breach, and their feelings are entirely warranted given the extremely sensitive nature of the compromised information," state Attorney General George Jepsen said.

Connecticut lost 3,900 jobs in August

Job gains over the year stand at 6,000, according to federal labor statisticians .

CT House budget talks collapse; Senate to convene at noon

Passage of a state budget, now some 10 weeks overdue, would avoid the spending cuts that would take effect on Oct. 1.


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