Eviction cases in Hartford and Bridgeport have remained far below historical averages since the Supreme Court overturned the federal eviction moratorium, according to an analysis by Eviction Lab at Princeton University. Researchers found that in
U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of the best states gave Connecticut an overall ranking of 21 but faulted the state’s infrastructure at a lowly 46 at a time when the legislature is set to
Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives debated for over 12 hours through the night and into the morning before approving an increase to Connecticut’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2023. The
The Appropriations Committee today approved a bill to increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2022, costing the state an additional $40 million per year and costing municipalities up to $1 million
The latest National Movers Study by United Van Lines showed Connecticut had the third highest rate of people moving out in the nation. According to the study, which tracks state-to-state migration patterns, 62 percent of
Connecticut has the third highest electricity costs in the nation and the highest costs in the Northeast, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, but that isn’t stopping the state of Connecticut from approving a
Connecticut is often ranked low in terms of its business environment, but according to a new study from Yankee Institute, some towns manage to stand out from the rest.
When Connecticut issued bonds in June of 2018, the bond covenant said Connecticut would strictly adhere to its new $1.9 billion bonding cap until 2023 — with no changes to underlying statutes and no exceptions.
Connecticut remained dead last in the nation for personal income growth since 2007 in the latest analysis by Pew Charitable Trusts.