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  • Senate, House Approve $40 Billion Budget; Gov Set To Sign It

    Senate, House Approve $40 Billion Budget; Gov Set To Sign It
    HARTFORD — After more than five hours of debate, the Senate voted 19-17 on mostly party lines to approve the two-year, $40 billion budget that raises taxes on corporations, wealthy individuals and the middle class.
  • Senate Follows House's Lead: Votes To Ban E-Cigarettes in Many Public Places

    Despite objections raised by Republicans, the Connecticut Senate voted 24 to 12 Wednesday in favor of a bill that makes e-cigarette smoking subject to many of the same restrictions as ordinary smoking. "Research is showing that more and more, the...

    Transgender Bill Clears The Senate, Now Heads To Governor

    HARTFORD — Connecticut could soon join Vermont, Rhode Island and at least five other states in adopting a law that makes it easier for transgender people to obtain a birth certificate that accurately reflects their new gender. The state Senate gave...

    Bill Calls For Plan To Close Southbury Training School

    Bill Calls For Plan To Close Southbury Training School
    HARTFORD — The Senate passed a bill Wednesday requiring the state to develop a plan to close the Southbury Training School and five regional centers for residents with intellectual disabilities. On a 25-10 vote, lawmakers approved a measure that...

    State To Study Closing of Southbury Training School

    The state Senate passed a bill Wednesday evening requiring the state to develop a plan for the controversial potential closing of the Southbury Training School and five regional facilities for those with intellectual disabilities. On a bipartisan vote...