Proponents for the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) plan to use a special legislative session in September to implement the program in Connecticut, according to a key supporter. Legislative leaders haven’t yet announced formal plans
As the federal Food and Drug Administration moves forward with plans to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes and flavored tobacco, Connecticut’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee opted to give menthol cigarettes a pass while
Governor Lamont has proposed an overdue reorganization of the state’s information technology (IT) employees, which are now scattered across more than 40 agencies. The move, announced last week, will “centralize the coordination of the state’s IT resources” under the Department of Administrative Services (DAS).