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Gov. Lamont: No plans for lockdown as CT infection rate tops...

Gov. Ned Lamont said that he currently has no plans to lock down the state again as a result of Covid-19, although cases and...

COVID-19 LATEST: Hospitalizations slowing as state’s death toll nears 500

New hospitalizations, which Gov. Ned Lamont has said is the key indicator as to whether the state’s coronavirus incidents have peaked, rose by just 31 to 1,593; Fairfield County saw a nine-person decrease, to 676.

COVID-19 LATEST: Fed stimulus bill to be voted on today; CT...

As for personal protective equipment (PPE), the governor said that while the wait continues for federal supplies to arrive, "We're not gonna sit around and wait for the cavalry to come in." Lamont said the state is "vetting lots of different options, offers" for PPE, "some of which seem a little shady, frankly."

Will sports betting approval in Connecticut crap out?

“We’re just following multiple states in establishing some sports betting in our state," says Rep. Joseph Gresko (D-Stratford). "This way we keep that potential revenue here in the State of Connecticut.”

What debt diet? General Assembly approves $4.7B bonding package

"The governor sold credit rating agencies a promise that he is failing to keep," Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano said. "I am gravely concerned about the consequences of not following through with the representations made.”

Lamont, tribes clash on sports betting; Bridgeport casino again in doubt

“Unfortunately, Governor Lamont appears to be saying that the state can either adopt his singular proposal on gaming, or do nothing at all,” Mohegan Chairman James Gessner said.

Fasano, Lamont trade verbal blows over progress on transportation, tolls and...

"The public still has not been shown any details about the new House Democrat/Gov. Lamont combined tolling proposal," the Senate Minority Leader says.

Lamont, state Dems emerge united behind trucks-only tolls; GOP remains defiant

"The time to move is now," according to Senate President Pro Tem Martin Looney, who expressed hopes that a special legislative session will be called to vote on the plan. Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano said the proposal demonstrates Democrats' "insatiable desire to tax people more."

Bridgeport casino proposal backed by bipartisan group of state legislators

But a spokesman for Gov. Ned Lamont said the proposed bill "falls short of what the governor wants for Bridgeport."