The high court could either keep protection for Dreamers in place or issue a decision that would open the door to deportations.
The highway port-a-potties are going away. Left behind is a tale of bureaucratic infighting.
State officials are preparing to name a second interim Department of Education commissioner Friday as the search for a permanent leader heads into its seventh month.
In its recent editorial (“Cautionary Tale From Connecticut,”) the Providence Journal claimed that “Connecticut is a sea of dysfunction.” The facts show that nothing could be further from the truth.
Connecticut is becoming a major player in the bioscience industry. In fact, the biopharmaceutical sector added $17.5 billion to the Connecticut economy in 2015 and created a total of 56,204 jobs. As Congress continues to debate changes aimed to lower the cost of prescription drugs, the Chamber of Commerce Eastern Connecticut urges Members of Congress to support plans that also encourage future medical innovation and drug development by preserving access to a range of drug options, so this booming industry can continue to thrive.