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Lamont: SEBAC pact will provide ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’...

According to the governor, the pact will result in a budgetary savings in the General Fund for each fiscal year through 2032 of between $115 and $121 million.

Cuomo to Trump: See you in court

“My message to Mr. Trump and the IRS is simple: we look forward to seeing you in court,” New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Wednesday concerning a new lawsuit filed by New York, Connecticut and New Jersey against the Internal Revenue Service.

House will try overriding Gov. Lamont’s veto of workforce training bill

The governor found fault with a provision that required employers who failed to monitor how much time is spent working for gratuities, and how much for non-tip work, to pay the standard minimum wage for all work.

Lamont touts latest round of credit ratings for Connecticut

The credit rating agencies, investors, businesses around the globe, and our taxpayers are watching what we do and have responded positively – so far," the governor said.

CT Dept. of Rehab Services being renamed to reflect change in...

The newly renamed Department of Aging and Disability Services will focus on functional need rather than solely on an individual’s age or specific disability.

Stamford Mayor Martin presents mostly sunny state-of-the-city address

City budget woes, an uptick in some types of crime and an ongoing battle over who will be Stamford's next police chief are weighed against a growth in population and employment.

Election 2020: Lamont backs Biden, Hayes backs Harris

Lamont announced his support of Biden on Twitter and Hayes used an op-ed in Essence magazine’s online site to endorse Harris.

Gov. Ned Lamont to business council crowd: ‘We’re just getting started’

A "major production company" relocating here, a tentative time frame for a special session on tolls and a Woodstock mini-festival upstate are all possibilities, the governor said.

Lamont signs $43.4 billion budget; Fasano derides it as ‘sham’

"We were looking at a $3.7 billion deficit, and today I am proud to say that we’ve closed it without an increase to tax rates and while ensuring that the safety net remains intact for the most vulnerable in our communities,” Lamont said.

New craft beer law ‘helps level the playing field’ for CT...

Among other things, the law increases the amount of beer that craft breweries can daily sell to individual customers off-premises, from nine liters to nine gallons.

Funding still flat, but Connecticut state tourism efforts on the rise

While the Connecticut Office of Tourism’s $4.3 million budget is only slightly more than last year – and a far cry from the $15 million high in 2011 during then-Gov. Dannel Malloy’s first year in office – it’s still better than the $1 it was slashed to in 2010 by Malloy’s predecessor, M. Jodi Rell.

Lamont ‘having a ball,’ keeps things upbeat at WorkPlace meeting

“Take out all the friction and we’ll make this economy sing,” the governor told the crowd at The WorkPlace's quarterly meeting, held June 21 at Housatonic Community College.

Amazon hosts Lamont at new fulfillment center

Amazon executives say they’re on pace to open the 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center in North Haven by this summer.

Lamont tries again on tolls, dangling tax credit for low-income residents

The governor has also proposed widening I-95 west of New Haven to reduce congestion, which he said would cut commuting time to New York by as much as 22 minutes.

Pratt & Whitney investing up to $45M in Florida facility

Repercussions from the proposed merger between United Technologies Corp. and Raytheon Co. appear to be continuing as UTC subsidiary Pratt & Whitney has announced plans to invest as much as $45 million to overhaul its West Palm Beach facility.