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Gov. Ned Lamont sent a letter to legislative leaders Friday asking them to extend the public health and civil preparedness orders which would leave him with emergency powers headed into his reelection bid.
In remarks Friday to the state’s business community, Gov. Ned Lamont proposed more than $300 million in property tax cuts but declined to commit additional federal resources to prop up the unemployment trust fund.
Connecticut officials have ignored for decades the effects of inflation on the state income tax, an oversight that costs low- and middle-income families tens of millions of dollars annually, according to a new report.
Madison Republican Bob Stefanowski, a former investment banker who lost to Gov. Ned Lamont in 2018 by 44,372 votes, announced his intent to run for his party’s nomination Wednesday morning on the Chaz & AJ show.
A special master charged with remapping Connecticut’s five congressional districts fulfilled his court-ordered task Tuesday and submitted a plan that balances the districts’ populations while making as few changes as possible to their current boundaries.
Despite Connecticut families losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal COVID aid since September, state government’s revenues have swelled to record levels, according to a report released Tuesday.
The future of Connecticut’s congressional districts is back in the hands of a court-appointed special master after a last-minute appeal for compromise this week among legislative Democrats and Republicans failed to produce results.
Gov. Ned Lamont has been reluctant to reveal how he plans to handle the looming expiration of his emergency orders and legislative leaders were unsure Tuesday whether next month’s session would begin with a marathon debate on COVID policy.
Aiming to make it easier for businesses to report data breaches to authorities, state Attorney General William Tong announced Monday the launch of a new, standardized form to help companies meet their reporting requirements.
With state government cruising toward an unprecedented surplus just shy of $2 billion, Gov. Ned Lamont and Senate Republicans already announced their goals to cut state taxes.
Attorney General William Tong and Governor Ned Lamont announced today that Connecticut filed a petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court to continue their lawsuit against the federal government for its unlawful and unprecedented cap on the deduction for state and local taxes, known as SALT.
With state government finances on pace for another massive surplus, Senate Republicans called Tuesday for a temporary rollback of state sales tax rates.
New state Comptroller Natalie Braswell and the leaders of the General Assembly’s Labor Committee launched a $34 million relief program Monday for essential workers affected by the coronavirus.
After a year of skyrocketing inflation at the grocery store and the gas pump, lawmakers are looking to give families some relief – starting with a sales tax cut.
Distribution of One Million Self-Tests Will Begin This Week, and an Additional Two Million Self-Tests Will Be Distributed to K-12 Schools Beginning in January
Connecticut’s SMART Health Card system went live Monday despite criticism from Republicans in the state who warn they don’t have enough information about the contract.
Connecticut will suspend enforcement of a COVID vaccine or weekly testing mandate for education employees and most state workers in an effort to free up the state’s testing capacity for the next two weeks, Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday.
Ryan C. Sheppard of Knight Rolleri Sheppard CPAS, LLP contributed the piece from the Tax Management Real Estate Journal.
Connecticut has already begun testing a COVID vaccine passport platform, Gov. Ned Lamont said Wednesday, brushing off calls from the House Republican leader for legislative hearings before the state moves forward with its digital health card system.