The governor’s spokesperson said the prison release process “is going to remain the way it’s been.”
A member of Gov. Ned Lamont’s security tested positive for COVID-19, the second employee from Lamont’s office to test positive.
The policies that keep poor residents in impoverished areas are the subject of a lawsuit filed by 10 local families.
Murphy, other Dems, propose legislation to boost U.S. manufacturing of N95 masks and other equipment as COVID cases spike.
Lead poisoning damages the health and development of thousands of Connecticut children every year — particularly in our largest cities.
Samaris Smith’s husband has been locked up since December 2019. He still hasn’t been convicted of a crime.
It is essential that Connecticut emerges in a better place when the pandemic subsides, and an excellent system of public higher education is essential for that recovery. The Connecticut State Universities – Central, Eastern, Southern and Western – are well positioned to play a leading role in a better future and can emerge even stronger institutions when the crisis is over, but only if they are supported.
It is time for Connecticut to enter the modern age and join the ranks of the 44 states that either have early in-person voting, no-excuse absentee voting or both.
It won’t come to this, will it?