The Connecticut senators say the firearms industry is unfairly shielded from liability for the harm caused by their products.
UConn’s proposed budget preserves programs while managing significant shortfalls caused by the state’s huge, unfunded pension liabilities.
Greg Hayes Gov. Ned Lamont said Tuesday that the headquarters of Otis Elevator will remain in Connecticut after its spinoff from United Technologies Corporation, and the conglomerate intends to hire 1,000 workers at UTC’s Pratt & Whitney facilities in the state. Greg Hayes, the chairman and chief executive of UTC, shared that news with the […]
Investments in the neighborhood will total nearly $1 billion by the time construction ends in six or seven years.
Once engines of Connecticut’s prosperity, the state’s former factories have long been massive liabilities for struggling cities. Connecticut has found a path to get these sites back into use, and it’s fueled with taxpayer money.
Why do many people have such scorn for those who take the bus? Forty-one million trips are taken on 12,000 public buses each year in Connecticut in communities across the state (not counting school buses). Yet, those riders are regarded as losers, not by the transit operators, but by those who drive by car.
As social scientists who study coaching and leadership in sport, we’re starting to see a double standard at play – one that holds female coaches to a different standard than their male counterparts. We think it might help explain why the percentage of collegiate women head coaches is stagnant and near an all-time low.