At least one group of Connecticut legislators says it’s pushing forward with a possible state budget vote before the fiscal year ends June 30, even though there’s currently no agreement.
MGM Resorts International lost another round Wednesday in a court fight aimed at giving it leverage against Native American tribes in Connecticut as they compete for casino customers.
Florida’s governor on Monday made his second public pitch in two years to Connecticut businesses, urging them to exit a state that has seen two major corporate headquarters recently leave or threaten to leave.
Connecticut lawmakers are expected to resume negotiations with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on a new, two-year state budget agreement.
A new report shows Connecticut’s unemployment rate remains unchanged since April, despite the state experiencing a net increase of 6,700 jobs.
Men from Connecticut and Minnesota who were convicted for their roles in a multimillion dollar scheme that defrauded banks participating in a federal loan program designed to finance exports are headed to prison.
With Connecticut’s state budget in limbo, many cities and towns have blindly set their local tax rates for the new fiscal year beginning July 1, hoping they won’t need to send out refunds or supplemental property tax bills to cover any gaps in anticipated state aid.
The tribes that run Connecticut’s two casinos have won the long-sought approval of the General Assembly to run a third one, but there are still major tasks ahead as they seek to fend off competition from Springfield, Massachusetts.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says Amazon will add 1,800 jobs at a new $250 million “fulfillment center” in Connecticut.
Authorities have arrested two men they say were responsible for a yearlong string of break-ins at automated bank teller machines in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.
Connecticut lawmakers approved most a majority of a legislative package early Wednesday that could lead to a new tribal casino being built in East Windsor, a move that came hours after a multifaceted deal was reached that includes more off-track betting parlors in the state.
State lawmakers say they want to be prepared for the advent of driverless vehicles coming to Connecticut.
The Connecticut Senate has given a boost to a plan proposed by two politician brothers to bury parts of Interstates 84 and 91 in Hartford.
A federal trial is getting underway for a Connecticut developer charged in a scam to pocket taxpayer dollars meant to redevelop a Hartford football stadium for professional soccer.
Connecticut officials are again re-examining how they can dissuade companies like General Electric and now possibly insurance giant Aetna from relocating to places considered more innovative.
Aetna announced Wednesday that it is in negotiations to move its headquarters out of Connecticut’s capital, where it has been based for almost two centuries.
Connecticut’s Correction Department has opened a job training center at the state’s only prison for women.
Connecticut lawmakers want to ensure the Department of Transportation doesn’t decide on its own to contribute to a multistate study into the possibility of taxing motorists based on the amount of miles they drive.
Connecticut has joined 41 other states and Washington D.C. in a $33 million settlement with Johnson & Johnson and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. to resolve allegations that the companies engaged in unfair or deceptive trade practices in the marketing of certain over-the-counter (OTC) medications.
The state Senate passed a bill early Wednesday allowing a new satellite casino to be built by two Native American tribes in East Windsor, but it’s doubtful it will clear the House of Representatives.