Early voting in Connecticut got a big and bipartisan boost Wednesday night in the House of Representatives.
Democratic legislators continue to challenge Gov. Ned Lamont on who should bear the largest burden of balancing the next state budget.
Thomas Kruger’s last meeting was Wednesday. He resigned after Gov. Ned Lamont said he was changing the leadership of the board.
Between an expiring hospital tax, a high-stakes dispute over Medicaid rates, and ongoing union negotiations, there are unknowns worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
As I hope you can tell, I love writing this column. As New York Times columnist Thom Friedman once said, a commentator should be both in the heating business and the lighting business… getting people fired up while providing factual support for his arguments. Well, the “heat” runs both ways, as the comments I receive each week constantly remind me.
For many years the 12 community colleges in Connecticut had the most diverse leadership at the presidential level of any of the higher education institutions in the state. In addition to several presidents who were from underrepresented groups, in 2015 eight out of the 12 community presidents were women, thus reflecting the student population of the colleges which is in its majority female.