Learn everything you need to know about the prescription drug discount card program providing up to 80% off certain prescriptions in the state.
Stamford high school students are getting more opportunities to earn college credits before graduation. Meanwhile in Hartford, we voted to in a Special Session to move up the state's presidential primary up by four weeks.
Taking the train may soon cost more. You have an opportunity to weigh in on proposed rate hikes and schedule changes for Metro-North rail service. And, the minimum wage is going up in the new year.
As I work on new ideas for bills in 2024, I want to highlight one of this year's accomplishments. Connecticut is about to take a transformative step toward making prescription drugs more affordable for everyone.
Make sure to slow down near schools and school buses. It's the law! It is also important to note the state is providing a financial boost and health care assistance to our paraeducators.
Today, here in Connecticut and all over the world, we are remembering those who died on 9/11 in the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil. As we pay tribute to those we lost, I know some residents need help saving on their energy bill, and two different programs are taking applications.