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Norwalk-based Spinnaker Real Estate Partners, on Tuesday, paid $3.25 million for a 2.2-acre parking lot seen as key to Hartford’s efforts to build a vibrant new neighborhood south of Bushnell Park.
A proposal to offer certain first-time homebuyers a property tax abatement is moving on to the state House of Representatives after the Planning and Development Committee voted in favor of the bill Friday morning.
Connecticut’s social services commissioner on Wednesday walked back earlier testimony that the state could owe as much as $55 million to nursing homes because of enhanced staffing standards imposed for 10 months through early January.
Housing Committee members passed additional tenant protections for Connecticut renters Thursday, despite opposition from Republicans who said the bills violate property rights and discriminate against landlords in a manner similar to discriminatio
Business groups in the state widely support a new state legislative proposal that would establish a research and development tax credit for pass-through entities, which would benefit small to midsize Connecticut companies.
Akiliah Crawford, a senior at University High School of Science and Engineering, relied on free bus transportation in Hartford to get to and from school and activities that she wouldn’t have had access to otherwise — soccer practice, community ser
A proposal before the Planning and Development Committee to encourage more development near public transit hubs shows what some lawmakers and town officials mean when they say they want incentive-based approaches to zoning.
A state task force on artificial intelligence believes the use of AI in both government and the private sector merits exploration while regulatory measures should be in place to protect consumers from harm.
A bill that would make changes to Connecticut’s craft beer industry is facing push back from both brewers and wholesales.
The Lord Mayor of London and other U.K. officials visited Connecticut’s Capitol building in Hartford this week to highlight the growth of the CT-UK InsurTech Corridor, a partnership that launched in 2022.
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim secured another four-year term in office on Tuesday after defeating his chief political challenger, John Gomes, in a fourth election in less than six months.
Formerly incarcerated people and advocates on Tuesday asked lawmakers to pass a bill that would keep landlords from considering prospective tenants’ criminal records that are more than three years old during the rental application process.
A week after his office described him as neutral on the issue, Gov. Ned Lamont said Tuesday he was “skeptical” about the Connecticut AFL-CIO’s top priority — a measure that would provide jobless benefits to striking workers.
A proposal to eliminate the lower minimum wage for hourly employees who earn tips has pro-labor advocacy groups at odds with business owners.
The largest state income tax cut in Connecticut history and other recent relief ordered by Gov.
Connecticut’s advanced manufacturing workforce and innovation efforts are falling behind those of other states as new technology — like automation, robotics and A.I.
Democrats in the General Assembly have proposed bills that would expand the state’s paid sick leave law to all private sector workers.
Under the proposals, all workers in Connecticut would be eligible for up to 40 hours of paid sick leave, depending on how many hours they work.
Currently, the state’s paid sick leave program only applies to companies with more than 50 workers.
In addition, the proposals would expand the categories of family members an employee may use paid sick leave to care for, including grandchildren.
They would also allow workers to use paid sick leave for counseling for a physical or psychological injury, or a disability.
Republican leaders expressed concerns about the proposals, calling them “tone deaf.”
A lobbyist for the Connecticut Business & Industry Association said the proposals, while well-intentioned, would have a negative impact on small businesses with few employees.
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