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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy held a bill-signing ceremony at Catch a Healthy Habit Caf in Fairfield Wednesday for a bill he formally signed in June that requires foods with genetically modified organisms to be labeled as such.
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Veteran Latino political leader Tomas Reyes is a leading contender to serve as chief of staff to Toni Harp, according to people close to the mayor-elect's transition team.
Connecticut officials routinely publish an annual list of this state's top tax dodgers.
The increase, approved by the Department of Transportation, takes effect Jan. 1 and will affect passengers traveling between Connecticut train stations and from Connecticut to New York.
As WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau reported, truckers who don't clear their rigs of snow and ice could face fines under a new law set to take effect in January.
While holiday shoppers scour Connecticut stores looking for the perfect gift, Revenue Services Commissioner Kevin B. Sullivan reminded retailers and shoppers that the sale of gift cards and gift certificates is not subject to the Connecticut sales tax.
Judge Richard A. Robinson speaks with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman in background.
Rhode Island has joined Massachusetts in removing the sales tax on wine and liquor; that means even more competition for Connecticut consumers.
Beginning January 1, those with a commercial driver's license or a commercial driver's instruction permit will be barred from using state programs that prevent convictions for driving under the influence and some other serious traffic offenses when operating a private vehicle.
Snow is falling across the Tri-State area as much of the region braces for the possibility of several inches of snow on Tuesday.
Stratford Democrats may see a large-scale revamp following their November losses in the municipal election, including the vote that saw John Harkins become the town's first two-term mayor in a rout against challenger Joe Paul, according to chair Joe Buturla.
In Connecticut, the Workers' Compensation Commission will have jurisdiction over a claim if there was a significant relationship between the state and the employment relationship.
Two Connecticut teens were charged last Thursday with reckless endangerment for failing to stop their friend from drunk driving.
Connecticut's attorney general has withdrawn an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court challenging a ruling that former Gov. John Rowland's administration violated state employees' constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers in 2003.
A student accused of setting off a lockdown and massive police response at Central Connecticut State University by wearing a ninja-like costume on campus is set to face a judge for the first time.