Progressives objected, but CT delegates backed a platform that rejected Medicare-for-all, a Green New Deal or defunding the police .
One outstanding question in the nursing home outbreak is whether workers tested for COVID-19 were properly notified of their results.
Local leaders want the governor to give them the authority to limit the size of public gatherings to 25 people.
With teacher’s unions pitted against state officials, school districts are making vastly different decisions on how to educate students.
In this time of reflection based on what the country has been through in the past six months, insurance companies that charge usurious car insurance rates for city residents, 86 percent of whom are minorities, should be confronted.
Complaining about a last minute issue between the Secretary of the State and local town clerks, Senate Republican leader Len Fasano charged in a letter to Secretary Denise Merrill that, “Your party has portrayed itself as the protector of people’s right to vote and blamed Republicans for trying to deny people that right. Nothing could be further from the truth.” To the contrary, claims about Republican efforts to suppress the vote are fully supported by facts.