Filling empty seats with more black and Hispanic students from Hartford, a Superior Court judge ruled Friday, would erode the Connecticut Supreme Court’s landmark Sheff v. O’Neill desegregation decision, issued nearly 21 years ago, which found Hartford students “suffer daily” from the inequities caused by severe racial isolation.
WASHINGTON — Connecticut lawmakers join those pushing back against President Donald Trump’s new policy changes toward Cuba. But the president left many of President Obama’s initiatives intact.
Congressional Democrats suing President Donald Trump will seek disclosure of the president’s so-far-secret tax returns if their lawsuit proceeds to pretrial discovery, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Friday. The suit, filed by 196 members of Congress, accuses Trump of violating the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause.
The recent high stakes drama in Washington about the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act has sparked much soul-searching among physicians about the importance of quality health care. Healthcare is intensely personal, and how we feel is defined by our energy, strength and sense of well-being. When we are healthy, life is good, but when we don’t feel well or suffer with the effects of a chronic illness, life is a daily struggle. Over the 30 years I’ve been practicing medicine, the world around us has changed dramatically: how we live, how we communicate, the technology we use and the availability of information has evolved exponentially.
Nationwide, single-family home prices have recouped the stark losses sustained during the Great Recession — not so in Connecticut.