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SHU poli-sci prof shines light on how local government works in...

The book is meant to address the situation where people tend to "focus on what’s happening at the national level, less so on the state level, and almost not at all locally," Gary Rose says.

State Treasurer Wooden: CT on ‘right track’ fiscally, but racial inequality...

Generational poverty in Connecticut continues “irrespective of race or ZIP code," Shawn Wooden says.

UPDATE: Bipartisan $46.4B biennial budget passes Senate; cannabis bill headed to...

As Gov. Ned Lamont promised, there are no new major tax increases.

Armstrong Court a beacon for affordable housing in Greenwich

“The more people who are attracted to what we’re trying to do will help us with our further development plans in the future," says Greenwich Communities CEO and Executive Director Anthony Johnson.

‘Fair work week’ bill passes state Senate; Opponents say it will...

If the bill is passed, Connecticut would become only the second state to have such legislation.

CT House passes bill to restore depleted unemployment insurance trust fund

The trust fund has been insolvent for 48 of the last 50 years.

Bobby V. running for Stamford mayor

The Stamford native made his mayoral announcement Friday on Twitter.

Republicans hold Monroe House seat with Tony Scott victory

The seat became vacant when Rep. J.P. Sredzinski (R) resigned suddenly in February.

Jim Marpe won’t seek re-election as Westport first selectman

“I remain humbled by, and grateful for, the responsibility you have granted me," Marpe told voters in the statement announcing his decision.

CT lawmakers debate who should control zoning: State or municipalities?

“If we want effective, efficient government, then zoning has to be in the hands of the towns,” says State Rep. Kimberly Fiorello (R-Greenwich).

Westport’s Obsitnik to pay $90K for misdeeds in 2018 run for...

In addition, State Rep. Jason Perillo (R-Shelton) was fined $10,000 for making a "disallowed" contribution to Obsitnik's campaign via FixCT.

Lamont promising economic windfall from legalizing marijuana; Naysayers unconvinced

Although one supporter calls Lamont's bill “as tightly written as I have ever seen,” others say it does not go far enough in making the playing field equitable -- and other opponents object to legalizing marijuana at all.

U.S. Rep. Himes: Fed Covid relief to pass ‘by weekend’; Political...

Fox News and MSNBC provide “different realities and different sets of facts” to their loyal viewers, the Congressman told the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce.

CT state Rep. Miller wins Stamford election to replace Leone in...

Her victory in the 27th District brings the Democratic majority in the Senate to 24-12.

Stamford votes tomorrow on state Sen. Leone’s replacement

Facing off to replace Leone in the 27th Senate district are State Rep. Pat Billie Miller (D-145th) and Joshua Esses (R), an attorney with international law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, based in New York City.