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Connecticut Secretary of the State braces for online disinformation about voting process

Connecticut is paying the postage for all absentee ballots and absentee ballot applications in the state this year. But residents may have seen a meme claiming that absentee ballots require two stamps — which, in Connecticut, is not the case. That’s an example of the kind of false information about the electoral process that Secretary […]

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Connecticut medical-legal partnership for veterans a model worth emulating

From disputes over VA benefits’ eligibility to a coronavirus-fueled rise in evictions, the former servicemembers seeking help from Connecticut Veterans Legal Center (CVLC) arrive with a myriad of legal issues. Often, they also carry the burden of multiple medical issues, including substance-use disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and increased risks of suicide.