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The Connecticut General Assembly is scheduled to convene for a special session on December 18. The special legislative session is to vote on issues regarding a hospital tax settlement and a restaurant workers wage bill. Gov. Ned Lamont and the […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced a special election on January 21, 2020 for House District 151. The seat for House District 151 was vacated earlier this week by Rep. Fred Camillo after being elected first selectman of Greenwich in November. The […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced a special election on January 14, 2020, to fill two vacancies in the House of Representatives. House District 48 was most recently held by Rep. Linda Orange who passed away due to pancreatic cancer. Rep. Brenda […]

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On July 22, the Connecticut General Assembly convened and adjourned a special session. During the special session lawmakers passed Senate Bill 1210 authorizing state grant commitments for school building projects. Senate Bill 1210 also made changes to the procurement processes […]

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The Connecticut General Assembly adjourned sine die on June 5. During the five-month legislative session lawmakers failed to pass bills concerning the code of ethics, lobbyist transparency, and dark money disclosure and regulation. Gov. Lamont thanked the Legislature for approving […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced a special election for May 7, to fill a state representative vacancy in House District 130. The seat became vacant following the passing of State Rep. Ezequiel Santiago on March 15. The winner of the special […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced a special election on April 16 for House District 19. The seat was vacated by the resignation of Derek Slap who won the special election for Senate District 5. The winner will serve the remainder of […]

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Gov. Ned Lamont issued writs on Friday to set February 26 as the date for special elections to fill five vacancies. The 3rd, 5th, and 6th Senate Districts as well as the 39th and 99th House Districts became vacant earlier […]

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Five Connecticut lawmakers have accepted jobs in Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration and have resigned from the General Assembly. State Representatives Chris Soto and James Albis as well as Senators Beth Bye, Terry Gerrantana, and Tim Larson submitted their resignations to […]

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The Connecticut General Assembly adjourned sine die on May 9, 2018. Lawmakers took no action on a bill affecting campaign finance and elections. House Bill 5526 would have modified registration requirements for political committees, expanded independent expenditure disclosure requirements, prohibited […]

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Gov. Dannel Malloy announced a special election for June 4. The special election will fill the Connecticut House of Representatives District 4 seat left open by the resignation of Rep. Angel Arce, with months remaining on his term. State Rep. […]

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The Connecticut Office of State Ethics will soon transition to a new lobbyist reporting system. The new system will be installed on March 8 starting at 7am. Users may experience some difficulty with the system during the installation process.

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Gov. Dannel Malloy announced a special election will be held on February 27 for Assembly District 120. The seat was vacated by Laura Hoydick effective January 2, who was elected mayor of Stratford. This is the second special election to […]

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After being delayed by a snowstorm, the Connecticut General Assembly adjourned on Monday, January 8. Both chambers overwhelmingly passed House Bill 7601, which restored funding to the Medicare Savings Program. Gov. Dannel Malloy has threatened to veto the bill.

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