As of October 1, 2017, Connecticut has adopted the Federal Food Safety Code. Inspection forms in the state will now be uniform for all stores in all Connecticut localities.
While headlines focus on chaos surrounding Russia & social media erupts when Trump says something combative, the federal government continues its work out of the spotlight.
The 2017 session of the Connecticut General Assembly ended at midnight Wednesday, leaving the usual list of wins, losses and unfinished business. The biggest item left on the to-do list is the budget.
As curbside recycling has grown, environmentalists around the United States find themselves fighting to protect decades-old bottle recycling programs that critics say are becoming obsolete.
Connecticut’s “bag tax” could start this October, requiring a nickel tax on non-reusable bags at the supermarket and other retailers.
Two proposals for a paid family and medical leave program cleared a key legislative committee this week.