The statue has come down after more than 125 years—to both cheers and laments.
Depending on how much impact the coronavirus has on enrollment, the deficit could be $47 to $129 million, officials say.
The state has redacted contracts because vendors say their prices for $50 million in taxpayer-funded tests shouldn’t be publicly disclosed.
The three states jointly outlined self-quarantine measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 by visitors from areas experiencing a resurgence of the disease.
Advocates are calling on Gov. Ned Lamont and the legislature to recognize racism as a public health emergency.
It is becoming clear the business-sensitive governor and his more liberal base are headed in opposite directions.
Being a mental health provider is incredibly rewarding, but it isn’t easy — particularly during a global pandemic and a national anti-racist uprising. As mental health professionals, while we remain committed to supporting our clients in coping with their trauma, grief, and anxiety during this moment, we must also remain committed to ensuring our own wellness. It’s like being on an airplane: in order to fully support our clients, we must secure our own oxygen mask first.
The completion of Connecticut’s State Plan on Aging could not come at a better time. We have seen first-hand the strengths and weaknesses in how and where our steadily growing aging population is cared for, and more urgently than ever are in the midst of making decisions with both societal and personal ramifications.