No-excuse absentee ballot voting would be allowed in November under a bill passed Thursday night by the House.
State religious leaders, prominent voices in the push for police accountability, hope the bill before lawmakers passes.
Health officials did not provide a cause of death, but said it happened after the false positive test result.
The Connecticut House was nearly empty as votes were magically cast Thursday. The lawmakers were not invisible, just socially distant.
Reps. Hayes and Courtney push back against GOP advocacy — supported by Gov. Ned Lamont – for in-person learning.
The measure ensures pay parity and allows a wider range of providers to participate.
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying to lure the Toronto Blue Jays to the capital city for 2020.
On the agenda for the special session are bills tackling the cost of diabetes drugs and boosting access to telemedicine.
Following the lead of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has now unveiled the sanctions he proposes to levy against what the Hartford Courant calls “defiant travelers.” We all know that where there are no sanctions, there is, practically speaking, no law.
Here in Connecticut, things are getting better. Our COVID-19 statistics are continuing to hold steady with an infection rate just under 1%, and we are holding strong in Phase 2. As you introduce normal things back into your daily routine or make your back-to-school list, please remember to get yourself and your children caught up on any outstanding vaccinations.
Nursing home residents in Connecticut and throughout the country have borne the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 56,000 residents and staff of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities —including nearly 3,000 in Connecticut— have died from COVID-19. They account for more than 44 percent of U.S. coronavirus deaths, even though less than one percent of Americans live in nursing homes. This is a national disgrace.