The former CEO of Connecticut’s disbanded education partnership plans to sue for breach of contract and defamation of character.
Democratic lawmakers, including Sen. Richard Blumenthal, are concerned that Durham’s probe is being used to influence the election.
“No billionaire should have more say than my poorest constituent,” Murphy says.
For the second time this year, legislators will not address health equity reform during a special session.
What is it that unites us as citizens of a republic where a former slave becomes a great orator for the abolition effort and insists upon education as the means for keeping all men and women free?
Congress has called for a vote on H.R. 3884, which involves the legalization of Marijuana. I have written to all of Connecticut’s Congressional representatives, strongly urging them to reject this legislation. I cannot believe that Congress would consider this legislation, especially at a time when our country is burning and there is destruction and violence nationwide.