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Rep. Jim Himes came to the defense Tuesday of impeachment inquiry witnesses derided by President Donald Trump.
Frustration with Gov. Ned Lamont, who won't give struggling nonprofits money from the state $2.5 billion reserve, surged after he urged them to ask more from wealthy donors.
Democrats like Rosa DeLauro who support the impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump, played a far different role when the U.S. House impeached Bill Clinton.
State officials will weigh a recommendation to create a new state agency for minors in the juvenile justice system.
In the wake of the opioid epidemic, doctors are writing fewer prescriptions for opioids.
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Statistically, I will earn $220,000 less than my male counterparts at work with the same training, experience, and hours worked by the time I retire -- just by nature of being a woman. This is the gender pay gap and there is no denying that it exists, even though it remains surprising to some in this modern world.
The federal government has announced that it will not allow any legislation that regulate e-cigarettes -- a reversal of prior indications. The lobbyists for the e-cigarette companies have convinced the administration that their supporters like to vape -- and therefore the administration will not allow any legislation that might curb the vaping epidemic. This announcement leaves the work of protecting the health of children, teenagers, and adults to the states.
A 2018 lawsuit claims that a decades-long school desegregation program in Connecticut’s state capital harms students of color. If the plaintiffs prevail, 30 years of integration efforts could be sent back to square one. But relatively few people know about the case, Robinson v. Wentzel, perhaps because few news outlets have covered it.
Many Connecticut taxpayers are upset over the Democratic attempt to place tolls on our highways and bridges; but, are unaware of a back door tax that could increase gasoline prices by 50 cents a gallon or more. This plan is being initiated by an unelected panel populated by bureaucrats making six-figure salaries. They are promising to use this money to promote electric cars, buses, and sustainable activities like bicycles and walking.
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