The state Department of Economic and Community Development released industry specific sector guidelines for businesses that will be permitted to reopen on May 20, the date of the first of four phases of the reopening.
The 2020 Legislative Session continues to move along at a rapid pace with committee meetings and public hearings. Criminal Justice: The Chairs of the Judiciary Committee held a press conference this week announcing the committee would
Lamont’s Proposals The 2020 Legislative session began Wednesday, February 5 with Governor Lamont’s “state of the state” address where he proposed his budget adjustments and highlighted his legislative proposals. The $22.3 billion budget adjustments increase
“We applaud Gov. Ned Lamont and the legislature on passage of a budget that does not contain a new capital gains or an income tax rate increase; does not force municipalities to pay for teacher
Connecticut Democrats have made implementing a paid family medical leave bill a top priority this session, and a committee bill is set to receive a public hearing before the Labor and Public Employees Committee today.