Is Connecticut’s capital is ready to join its largest city, Bridgeport, in returning a corrupt former mayor to City Hall? Eddie A. Perez is ready to find out.
There’s a fight over nominees to the court that hears Connecticut appeals and the state is involved in 20 federal lawsuits against the Trump administration .
This note is in response to a recent op-ed by a community college student published in CT Viewpoints. The Connecticut State College and University system fully agrees that community colleges can and must continue to be the most affordable, accessible option for students to receive a quality education in Connecticut. I applaud the author for being engaged in public discourse and making his voice heard on an important topic.
Hunters will be incentivized to kill wildlife and hunting will be expanded in the state under a revised version of a bill approved by the General Assembly’s Environment Committee that was aimed at establishing a black bear hunt in Connecticut.
I want to comment on the “Future of the Gas Tax? Running on Empty” article. The number of dedicated electric vehicles (EVs) is increasing as the article the article indicates, and Connecticut is collecting no road use tax, which needs to be addressed soon. The “Governor’s Council on Climate Change” looked at 2030 and out to 2050, but did not place much emphasis on near time transportation period and technology needs.
Experts aren’t sure what is driving up death rate for blacks, but point to spread of fentanyl in inner cities and the state’s declining prison population as possible reasons.
I write to comment on the issues of access that are of great concern to all of us but have been exaggerated by David Greenfield in the service of obtaining prescribing privileges for psychologists.