State Republicans want to convene a special session, and unions are advocating for more essential worker protections.
The hiring of Chris DiPentima ends a tradition of promoting a government affairs professional from within CBIA.
The Economic Policy Institute projects large job losses in Connecticut and other states without $1 trillion in federal help.
There’s a significant gap between the ethnic and racial makeup of Connecticut’s larger cities and the police forces serving them.
“Shall Congress prepare for health and climate crises by transferring funds from military budget to cities for human needs, jobs and an environmentally sustainable economy?” This question may well be faced by nearly 50,000 voters on the November ballot in New Haven. Submitted by the City of New Haven Peace Commission, the referendum was unanimously supported by the Board of Alders Health & Human Services Committee at a hearing June 2 and sent to the full board.
Aidan McLeod’s letter, “Making Greenwich Uncomfortable – and Not,” gets a number of essential facts wrong and neglects to mention some key information about both Indivisible Greenwich and the Greenwich Cares: Rally for Justice attended by around 1,000 people. We write to correct the record and not that we made a tangible difference on several important fronts.