Attorney General William Tong is investigating whether the manufacturers of do-it-yourself rape kits have falsely represented that evidence collected with the kits is admissible in court.
A person between the ages of 30 and 39 is the first to die in Connecticut of a mysterious lung disease linked to vaping. In addition, the number of vaping-related illnesses has climbed in the last week, from 18 to 25.
Proponents of the state’s religious exemption to mandatory immunizations on Thursday asked Gov. Ned Lamont and Health Commissioner Renee Coleman-Mitchell to rescind their support for a repeal of the controversial provision.
In an effort to draw attention to Connecticut’s new sexual harassment and sexual assault laws, two women stepped forward Thursday to describe the harassment they say they experienced while working at a Connecticut restaurant.
Dozens of drug companies, and others blamed for the opioid crisis may follow Purdue Pharma’s lead and try to settle claims against them.
Former inmate Kennard Ray almost cried the first time he voted. It was a transformative experience he wants other former inmates to share.
With healthcare at the forefront of political debates, now is the time to focus on making cancer more manageable for patients and caregivers. Challenge insurance companies to cover tests in full that help detect cancer early.