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In the Headlines & On the Blogs

  • 07/01/2015
    Implementer Bill Updates Legislation Creating Connecticut Port Authority
    WNPR: In the implementer bill passed today, the state legislature updated and expanded upon the legislation, passed last summer, that established the Connecticut Port Authority.
  • 06/30/2015
    What does the new state budget mean for you?
    WTNH: Governor Dannel Malloy has signed off on the state’s budget, covering expenses for the next two fiscal years. What does it mean for you?
  • 06/30/2015
    Lawmakers Limit What Utilities Can Recover In Monthly Fee
    Hartford Courant: A handful of energy policy measures left orphaned weeks ago in the waning hours of budget negotiations reappeared late Monday in legislation to implement the state budget.
  • 07/01/2015
    City’s Criminal-Justice Quest Prevails At Capitol
    New Haven Independent: New Haven lawmakers saw years of lonely advocacy of criminal-justice reforms to protect citizens from brutal cops and blacks and Latinos from mass incarceration suddenly come to fruition—thanks in part to the assassination of nine people at the hands of a white supremacist in a historically black church in Charleston, S.C.
  • 06/30/2015
    Blue Plan Looks to Tackle Issues Affecting Long Island Sound
    WNPR: Oysters, lobsters, and bass were once the Long Island Sound’s largest exports. But in recent years, changes in water temperature and pollution have triggered a “dead zone” in the Sound -- an area where fish and other wildlife are unable to flourish. The Long Island Sound Blue Plan was passed by the state legislature this past spring to combat this challenge, among others.
  • 06/30/2015
    Connecticut Reforms and Strengthens Rainy Day Fund
    Pew Trusts: Connecticut’s newly enacted budget for fiscal year 2016 includes a comprehensive reform to the state’s Budget Reserve Fund, designed to help the state better manage its volatile revenues and expand its options for dealing with future budget pressures arising from economic downturns.

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I-95 Expansion Project Update

June 17, 2015 — Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff reports on the progress of the I-95 expansion project in Norwalk.

Property Tax Relief for Municipalities

June 12, 2015 — Senate President Martin M. Looney, Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff and House Speaker Brendan Sharkey are joined by a group of Connecticut mayors to highlight aspects of the biennial state budget that will provide aid for critical municipal services and cut local property taxes.

2015 End of Session

June 4, 2015 — Senate Democratic Leaders highlight some of their major accomplishments during the Connecticut General Assembly’s 2015 Legislative Session.

Ending SBAC Requirement for 11th Graders

May 28, 2015 — A bipartisan coalition of legislators come together to announce plans to end the SBAC testing requirement for 11th grade students in Connecticut.