Some hospital occupancy numbers might seem high as the COVID pandemic continues. But are they?
Gov. Ned Lamont says President Donald J. Trump’s threat to veto the bipartisan pandemic relief package was “erratic behavior.”
John Dankosky talks about the state budget and Connecticut’s economy with Keith Phaneuf. Watch here.
John Dankosky talked education, housing and justice with Jacqueline Rabe Thomas, Kelan Lyons and Adria Watson (1/13/2021). Watch here.
John Dankosky talks politics, pandemic and data with Mark Pazniokas, Jenna Carlesso and Kasturi Pananjady. Watch the recording here.
How has the incarcerated population reached such historic lows during the pandemic?
About a year ago, I attended a friend’s housewarming party in Hartford. After bouncing between a few events in Hamden and New Haven on my bike, I took a 40-minute ride on the Hartford Rail Line and then biked the rest of the way to my friend’s new house. It was a Sunday evening; I arrived in Hartford at around 5 o’clock.
What could you do with $100 million? What could you do with $100 million in every state, plus more for poor or rural states, for broadband infrastructure and programs to reach every child trying to join Zoom calls with their teacher, to connect every harried parent trying to do to their job virtually while monitoring the home schooling in the kitchen, to bring a doctor to every senior or medically vulnerable person afraid to leave their house for fear of contracting COVID-19?