Governor Lamont Signs Largest Income Tax Cut in Connecticut History
One million working and middle-class individuals will benefit from the income tax reductions under the approved budget agreement.
Governor Lamont Signs Legislation Strengthening Gun Violence Prevention Laws
The comprehensive bill was developed in consultation with bipartisan state lawmakers.
Governor Lamont Signs Legislation Establishing Early Voting
Early voting will begin in general elections, special elections, and primaries starting in 2024.
Governor Lamont Announces Launch of CTParks.com: A Cutting-Edge Website Showcasing Connecticut State Parks
Governor Ned Lamont today announced the launch of CTParks.com, the new official website for Connecticut State Parks. The website offers visitors with an innovative online platform showcasing Connecticut State Parks in a more exciting, user-friendly way to help them engage with, learn about, and access state parks and the areas around them.
Governor Lamont and Commissioner Russell-Tucker Congratulate Four Connecticut Public Schools on Being Named 2023 National Blue Ribbon Schools
Governor Ned Lamont and Education Commissioner Charlene Russell-Tucker today are congratulating four public schools in Connecticut for being named by the U.S. Department of Education as 2023 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
Governor Lamont Announces Connecticut's Minimum Wage Will Increase to $15.69 in January Under Its First-Ever Economic Indicator Adjustment
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that beginning on January 1, 2024, Connecticut’s minimum wage will increase from the current rate of $15.00 per hour to $15.69 per hour as a result of the state’s first-ever economic indicator adjustment.
Governor Lamont Calls Legislature Into Special Session To Consider Nomination of Nora Dannehy to the Supreme Court
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he has issued a proclamation calling the Connecticut General Assembly to meet in special session to consider the nomination of Nora R. Dannehy to serve as an Associate Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Governor Lamont Directs Flags To Return to Full-Staff Saturday Evening
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is directing U.S. and state flags in Connecticut to return to full-staff at sunset on the evening of Saturday, September 16, 2023.
Governor Lamont’s primary objective is to grow Connecticut’s economy, focusing on extending opportunity for those left behind, providing long-term solutions to strengthen the state’s fiscal position, and attracting the next generation of talent to Connecticut.
2023 Legislative Proposals
Governor Lamont proposed a budget focused on growing Connecticut's economy through middle-class tax cuts, investments in young families, education, workforce development, housing, and infrastructure.
Apply to Serve on a State Board, Council, or Commission
Submit an application to Governor Lamont expressing interest in serving as a member on one of Connecticut’s nearly 300 boards, councils, and commissions.
Immigration Resources: Family Preparedness Plan
To assist families concerned about immigration enforcement, this toolkit provides resources to plan for the safe care of children in the event of family separation.
About Ned Lamont
Ned Lamont is the first Connecticut Governor in 80 years to get his start as a businessman and job creator. When he and wife Annie moved to Connecticut in their twenties, they felt like they'd hit the jackpot. With both practical business experience and first-hand knowledge of what it takes to raise a family here, Lamont is committed to giving all Connecticut residents—both current and prospective—the same feeling.More About the Governor