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  • On Third Try, Youth Parole Bill Clears the State Senate

    On Third Try, Youth Parole Bill Clears the State Senate
    After two failed attempts, a criminal justice bill that would give juveniles serving lengthy prison terms the chance for parole cleared the state Senate Monday.
  • Connecticut Senate passes juvenile justice compromise

    The state Senate on Wednesday passed a compromise bill, after two previous failed attempts, which will bring Connecticut in line with two U.S. Supreme Court rulings addressing lengthy prison sentences for juvenile offenders. Senators voted 31-5 in...

    Legislators Hoping To Revive Some Failed Judiciary Bills

    Legislators Hoping To Revive Some Failed Judiciary Bills
    HARTFORD — Top legislators are working to resurrect many of the 45 bills that died in the judiciary committee this week, the casualty of an email squabble between two legislators that brought the committee's work to an abrupt halt. Democrats,...

    Stymied On Fixing Registrar Problem

    Stymied On Fixing Registrar Problem
    Thwarted by a Superior Court judge and the General Assembly, what does Hartford do now to solve its registrar of voters mess? One answer would be a special master or election monitor to help get the city through the next two elections. In 2016, when the...

    Police Videotaping Bill, And 44 Others, Die In Committee

    Police Videotaping Bill, And 44 Others, Die In Committee
    HARTFORD — A bill that would have allowed people to file lawsuits against police officers who interfere with those photographing or videotaping them during the performance of their duties was blocked Monday by Republicans in the judiciary committee....