Connecticut borrowers included law firms, manufacturers and Choate, who says it returned the money.
Connecticut’s rolling seven-day infection rate is one of the lowest in the U.S. But the bars here will remain closed.
An extension of federal unemployment benefits, another round of stimulus checks and hazard pay are on the table.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought health disparities into sharp focus, amplifying problems that have long festered in Connecticut.
A police accountability bill is nearly finished. Plans for how the legislature will function in special session are not.
On the anniversary of Juneteenth, hundreds of mostly young, Black protesters went directly to the Hartford mayor’s brownstone house in downtown with a simple demand: abolish police. Despite their demand, the mayor’s response was a mismatch. Instead of defunding, abolishing, or even tangibly reducing the size of the police, the mayor recommended building more affordable housing in the suburbs. Rather than racial and economic justice for the Black and Puerto Rican people in Hartford now, the response was clear: I will not help you change policies, but I will help you leave.
Many of Connecticut’s most vulnerable residents do not have consistent, reliable, and effective technological access.