Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To North Carolina Over Transgender Bathroom BillThe ban is in response to a bill signed by Gov. McCrory that invalidates an order allowing people to use restrooms aligned with their gender identity.
Connecticut Lawmakers Wrangle Budget As $900M Deficit LoomsConnecticut is expected to face a $900 million deficit in the new fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
Connecticut Lawmakers Call For Tough Measures To End State SpendingBy next year, the ever-rising budget in Connecticut could easily reach half a billion dollars and two years after that, as high as $4 billion.
Connecticut To Block Gun Sales To Those On No-Fly ListThe Democratic governor said that his order would make Connecticut the first state to do so and that state officials are working with the federal government to get access to the lists.
Malloy Working To Keep General Electric In Connecticut, Senator SaysGE's main complaint is a state budget that executives say is far from business friendly.
Malloy Wants To Replace Hartford ViaductThe project will cost $3.4 billion, but will have a projected return to the state of $9 billion to $10 billion.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy's Approval Rating Hits New LowJust 32 percent of voters said they approve of the job Malloy is doing, while 58 percent said they disapprove.
Sandy Hook Group Alleges NRA Illegally Transferred Campaign Funds To Oppose MalloyThe group believes the NRA funneled about $11,000 in so-called independent expenditures to oppose Malloy.
Connecticut Lawmakers Plan To Vote Monday On Budget DealRank-and-file Connecticut lawmakers will be briefed Monday on a tentative two-year budget agreement reached between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the General Assembly's Democrats early Sunday.
Clock Ticking For Connecticut Lawmakers To Strike Budget DealRepublicans, the minority party in both chambers, have a plan that calls for no new taxes and are frustrated that none of their lawmakers have been invited to budget talks.
Connecticut Lawmaker: GOP Has Plan To Help Pay For Malloy's Transportation OverhaulState Sen. Toni Boucher said Republicans in Hartford have come up with a plan that would redirect bonding, freeing up an extra $1 billion a year.
Cuomo Bans Nonessential State-Funded Travel To Indiana Over Religious Freedom LawThe Democratic governor announced the ban Tuesday, saying it shows the state stands by "our LBGT family members, friends and colleagues."

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