About 3.7% of registered voters have already returned their absentee ballots.
Ad says DeLauro benefitted financially by allowing a colleague who became a White House official to stay in her basement.
The new group, representing broad swath of interests, will help determine who first gets the vaccine.
For many families, this will be the first time they’ve seen their loved ones since March, the pandemic’s onset.
Records show McMahon raised $83 million by Aug. 31 for America First. She says she’s raised more since then.
Connecticut’s 12 community colleges have seen a 15% drop in enrollment this fall, far higher than the state universities.
Some Connecticut prison inmates are eligible for stimulus money. The trick is making sure they know how to apply.
Environmental justice advocates have called for an early shut down of the MIRA trash plant in Hartford and argued out-of- state landfill is a viable alternative. Zero waste is offered as a way to eliminate the need for any incineration. But there is no discussion of practical details on implementing these zero-waste strategies.
Numerous changes in the mental health care system over the past several decades, including budget reductions, have led to increasing numbers of individuals with mental health concerns presenting with care needs in our state jails and prisons.
The Lamont administration is allowing the responsibilities for determining and providing pandemic unemployment assistance (PUA) to be stripped away from more than 50 dedicated workers at the Connecticut Department of Labor and awarded to two Virginia-based companies: Maximus and Protiviti Government Services. As a state employee and taxpayer, I have to ask one question: Why?
Connecticut is in a state of emergency. Like much of the nation, we have been on the cusp of an eviction and homelessness crisis since the pandemic began and our state leadership has yet to implement any substantial or foolproof measures to ensure folks won’t be pushed out of their homes.