Donald J. Trump was impeached on a day when lawmakers in capitals like Hartford assessed threats that may await them.
The timing of J.R. Romano’s resignation, delivered Tuesday night, inevitably links it with the second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Gov. Ned Lamont delivered a virtual speech. Then he got very real hip surgery.
Connecticut House leaders abruptly rescheduled a House session Wednesday, prompted by “an abundance of caution” and not specific threats.
With vaccines for patients on the horizon, plaintiffs agreed to the case’s dismissal.
Gov. Ned Lamont also said he won’t bill municipalities for a share of Connecticut’s massive teacher pension fund debt.
Lawmakers want to revive a tax on carriers to support additional subsidies on the exchange, expansion of Medicaid.
Connecticut faces a deadly threat from climate change, the local results of a global capitalist crisis, and an epidemic of inequality made worse by racial oppression. The means exist to solve these problems and build a better world, but not within the capitalist system.
I fully support finding ways to make more affordable housing choices available to our citizens. I am a member of my town’s Affordable Housing Commission, volunteering my time to make this a reality. In my work in this area, I have discovered that the affordable housing data used by the state is myth, not reality.
I have one belated prediction for the new year and you’re not going to like it: After we all get vaccinated and things ‘return to normal,’ regular weekday commuters on Metro-North will not be coming back as hoped.
On Jan. 15, 2020, State Trooper Brian North ended the life of Mubarak Soulemane by shooting him through a car window seven times. The car Soulemane was in was stopped and surrounded by state trooper and local police cars. All the windows were up. Yet in less than a minute Soulemane had been shot dead. To date Gov. Ned Lamont has said nothing about this killing by a state police officer.
Yale Epidemiologist Gregg Gonsalves doesn’t mince words about the nation’s response to COVID-19, either on Twitter, or in person.