On Wednesday, PURA commissioners voted 2-1 to reject the utility’s proposed rate increase and instead ordered a decrease in rates effective immediately.
Connecticut has gained back 95 percent of the jobs lost during COVID, but continues grow slower than the national average.
Connecticut's state run pension plan for municipal employees has a debt problem and that means some towns and cities have to pay up.
Over 18,000 small businesses have yet to register for Connecticut's state retirement program ahead of a March 30 deadline.
The fees associated with the MyCTSavings program are, in many instances, 10 times higher than the fund fees into which their money is invested.
The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) released data on the state’s first month of adult-use cannabis sales on Friday. According […]
Gov. Lamont in his budget proposes replacing a CT Lottery revenue stream for free community college with an annual appropriation.