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As federal shutdown lengthens, impact on state, local governments grows

ANA RADELAT | CT Mirror |

Dependent on federal funding, certain state agencies and municipal governments are expected to be impacted by the ongoing partial government shutdown.

New governor and legislature, same Tesla bill

Matt Pilon |

Legislation seeking to allow electric-vehicle manufacturers like Tesla to sell their cars directly to consumers is now before the legislature for a fifth straight year.

First bill legalizing CT tolls filed in legislature

Keith Phaneuf | CT Mirror |

The 2019 debate over tolls began this week with a legislator from Connecticut’s southwestern corner — home to some of the state’s most congested highways and rail lines.

DOL: CT adds 1,100 jobs in Dec.; jobless rate at 4%

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut employers added 1,100 jobs in December, slightly lowering the state's jobless rate to 4 percent, the state labor department reported Thursday.

Here are CBIA's policy recommendations for CT's General Assembly

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's largest business lobby has laid out a dozen policy priorities it has for this year's legislative session centered on creating a more business-friendly environment.

Bradley airport workers feeling shutdown pain

CLARICE SILBER and ANA RADELAT CT Mirror |

Adrian Pellot and his wife Sarah Small are among the roughly 150 Transportation Security Administration agents at Bradley International Airport who missed their first paycheck last week, and the...

Fiat Chrysler, Bosch to pay CT $4.4M for cheating emissions

Gregory Seay |

Automaker Fiat Chrysler and German autoparts giant Robert Bosch GmbH will pay multiple states $171.2 million, including $4.4 million to Connecticut, to settle claims they misled car buyers and...

Lamont plants clues to his first budget in opening address

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT Mirror |

Gov. Ned Lamont’s first budget proposal isn’t due to lawmakers until mid-February. But that didn’t stop the new governor from dropping a few hints about his fiscal plans Wednesday...

Ned Lamont finally is 'in the room where it happens'

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT Mirror |

Connecticut's new governor showed himself Wednesday to be affable, straightforward, optimistic, playful — and even slightly goofy — in his first address to the General Assembly, promising...

Bradley to add flights to Raleigh, Orlando, Pittsburgh

Joe Cooper |

Bradley International Airport will add three new flights to North Carolina, Florida and Pennsylvania by summer this year, according to the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA).

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