A number of projects are underway to solve the food waste problem, which many say is the linchpin to Connecticut’s waste disposal crisis.
Mercy A. Quaye and John Dankosky host CT Mirror’s newest podcast, Untold. They explore Connecticut’s uneven recovery from the pandemic in Season 1.
The inequalities that existed in Connecticut well before the pandemic were only worsened by COVID. So whose recovery is this anyway?🎧 Listen To This Episode
If you had to think about a key area of life where COVID-19 exposed enormous divisions that already existed, education would be near the top of the list.🎧 Listen To This Episode
The pandemic has shown us all the importance of prioritizing recovery and mental health. Are we turning the corner on the stigma of drug use?🎧 Listen To This Episode
Thousands of people were released from Connecticut prisons in 2020 as the Department of Correction tried to stem a tide of COVID in its facilities.🎧 Listen To This Episode
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CT residents say they favor keeping abortion legal, though with differences over the circumstances in which abortions should be available.
Gov. Ned Lamont says his tax relief plan is the largest in CT history, yet it’s a tiny share of the government’s current financial windfall.