It’s tough to be in Middletown Mayor Dan Drew’s shoes these days.
The third quarter fundraising numbers are in for the state’s congressional incumbents and their challengers.
The state budget proposal was made through compromise behind closed doors without the Governor’s involvement.
Behind closed doors, party leaders put their bipartisan noses to the grindstone and hammered out a compromise on a budget deal.
In this edition of Capitol Report “After Hours,” the panel discusses a variety of topics.
Former Connecticut governor and convict John Rowland is getting out of the can early!
President Trump has loyalists here in Connecticut. However, in a state that leans left, the President has lost even more support since getti…
It has been another week without a state budget plan in place for the state of Connecticut. However, should there be reason for optimism?
After a week of closed door meetings, party leaders are feeling optimistic about progress on a state budget.
On this week’s Capitol Report “After Hours,”, radio host Lee Elci from 94.9 FM’s “Lee Elci Show” joins the panel!
There were a number of issues to discuss this week in politics, and our panel tried to touch them all.
Senator Chris Murphy is calling for immediate action from Congress on gun control following the Las Vegas shooting.
Despite a new deadline of Oct. 13 for a new state budget quickly approaching, the Governor believes a new deal is still far from being done.
When we last left you, the legislature was headed for an Oct. 10 showdown for a potential override of Governor Malloy’s veto.
As lawmakers scramble to put together a state budget before the new deadline of Oct. 13, many communities will face serious consequences if …