The latest FEC filings show Rep. Jahana Hayes has raised more than $1 million for her re-election, while Republicans in Connecticut running for Congress have hardly raised any political cash.
The governor actually had a story to tell. But he didn’t.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro, who has asked federal regulators to take e-cigarettes off the shelves, tackled the twin threats posed by teen vaping and an epidemic of lung injuries.
The frictions on New Haven’s Congress Avenue show why it’s difficult for Connecticut to deal with its opioid crisis.
Even if they are not 100% effective, flu shots are a smart bet, health officials say.
Recent media reporting of health issues associated with vaping began to raise my suspicions regarding the real issue. Vaping or e-cigarettes came on the market in 2003. There were no alarming health issues reported since 2003 until now. Why now? In 2018, Congress legalized industrial hemp and President Trump signed the “Farm” bill. Hemp was […]
Climate change is undoubtedly an issue to be concerned about and must be addressed, but when will Connecticut feel its effects to such an extent that the state becomes uninhabitable – 2100, 2200? We face a threat in the much nearer term in the form of the state’s de facto bankruptcy.