The Connecticut House of Representatives passed a bill on May 26 that would eliminate municipal charter language that prevents towns and cities from regionalizing services and allow unions to bargain on a coalition basis in
Rep. Holly Cheeseman
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
A bill granting up to 30 years of property and sales tax exemptions for data centers in Connecticut passed in the House of Representatives 133-13 under an emergency certification. Although the legislation has been in
On Monday, the Judicial Committee unanimously passed a bill which would end the use of non-disparagement and non-disclosure agreements by quasi-public agencies such as UConn and the Connecticut Lottery Corporation.