Connecticut saw a bump in the number of positive COVID tests Friday due to delayed reporting from a lab.
The companies pointed to rising medical costs and a higher demand for services.
The governor issued an executive order in June allowing nursing homes to pause testing if they are COVID-free for at least two weeks.
The state House of Representatives voted Friday morning to pass an ambitious police reform bill.
Democratic leaders struggled to keep its majority caucus united behind passage of a sweeping police accountability bill Thursday.
The federal moratorium on evictions is also ending Friday, and state protections lapse soon after.
Connecticut residents donated nearly $61,000 to Biden’s presidential campaign in June, while state residents gave about $33,000 to Trump.
Connecticut public school teachers, like many of their colleagues across the nation and the world, have had to learn new methods to reach and teach our students, quite literally overnight. We owe them our admiration and thanks. We also need to recognize that a significant reason our teachers are able to meet Connecticut’s students’ needs is fueled by the fact that we have among the most educated teaching force in the nation.
At the present time, Connecticut legislators need to be in the actual Legislative Office Building in order to cast their votes. Legislators can either be on the floor of the Legislative Office Building or in their offices when they vote, but they must be in the building for their vote to be counted.