Gov. Ned Lamont told lawmakers he’ll call them into special session — when they have a deal on police accountability and the use of absentee ballots.
The agreement is a victory for disability rights groups that brought a federal complaint on behalf of three Connecticut residents.
Following their Democratic leaders, Connecticut lawmakers say focus should be on broad police reforms, not defunding.
One order suspended fingerprinting for gun permits and another restricted hospital visitation for families and friends of people with disabilities.
Gov. Ned Lamont says state employees won’t postpone raises to help the state cope with COVID-19.
Daryl McGraw uses his own history with incarceration to help others.
I am not just angry, I am furious. Elections matter because officials will either rise to meet a crisis or hide from it. I am running to be part of a solution that addresses police violence against black people and people of color.
Connecticut State College and Universities President Mark Ojakian and the Board of Regents are spending money like crazy. They will need to spend a lot more in the coming year.