Posted on February 5, 2024
HARTFORD—House Republicans, in advance of the start of the 2024 legislative session, unveiled proposals Thursday that will maintain the state’s fiscal stability while making Connecticut a more affordable place to live.
Among the proposals is a call to amend the State Constitution to protect the “fiscal guardrails” that have allowed the state to build a solid Rainy Day Fund and begin to pay down long-term debt.
“The gradual improvement of Connecticut’s fiscal health since the passage of the 2017 Republican-led…
Posted on December 8, 2023
For all local farmers, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture is accepting proposals for 2024 Farm Transition Grants, which assist Connecticut farmers and agricultural cooperatives in diversifying their operations and their other venues where the majority of their Connecticut-grown products are sold.
Applications are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 10, 2024.
Applicants can apply for four unique grant categories:
Farmer Micro Grant
Microgrants to support new individuals/partnerships…
Posted on November 29, 2023
After Governor Lamont rescinded his regulatory package to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, legislative democrats expressed their intention to pursue this ban in the upcoming legislative session. This would put the measure up for a debate and vote before the full House and Senate.