Federal immigration officials have granted Luis Barrios, a Guatemalan native who has spent decades living in Derby, a two-year stay of his deportation, giving him ample time to formally pursue asylum in the United States. His reprieve may prove to be an outlier under new Trump administration deportation policies, however.
“The irony is that presidents in the past have taped conversations – Nixon among them – and I have raised the possibility that we might have another Supreme Court case like United States vs. Nixon, which resulted in those tapes being made available and public,” Blumenthal said.
Connecticut’s status on Wall Street took another hit Friday when a major credit rating agency downgraded the state’s bond rating — a move that could lead to higher borrowing costs.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy intends to welcome President Trump to the Coast Guard Academy in New London next week, but that didn’t stop him from suggesting Friday that, well, maybe Trump falls short of Harry Truman’s standard for what it takes to be president.
The battle to balance Connecticut’s budget spilled over onto its credit card Friday at the Bond Commission, where the prospect of more borrowing sparked what Gov. Dannel P. Malloy called one of his “weirder” confrontations with legislators. Malloy and two Republican legislators on the commission sparred over the necessity for hundreds of millions of dollars in approved borrowing.
My birth certificate is a legal lie.
What’s true on it is that I was born at 4:44 a.m. Oct. 27, 1967. It’s also true I was born in Norwalk Hospital. And I’m guessing that Eric G. Norrington, MD, who’s listed as the attending physician, really was there.
What’s not true are the names typed in all caps under “Full Name of the Child’s Mother and Father.”
The organizing efforts of black and white abolitionists in the 1800s can provide us with powerful inspiration as we face the dangers of Trump and the Republican majority. That’s one reason on May 18 I will be joining the upcoming celebration of Frederick Douglass’s first visit to the capital city at the Center Church (First Church of Christ in Hartford).