Housing legislation was the subject of a public hearing on Thursday.
A strong economic rebound also depends on states helping those hit hardest by COVID-19, a federal reserve official said.
The National Guard also spent $122,000 in overtime to protect the Capitol and other buildings during that week.
John Dankosky talks with Camelle Scott (CT Core), Karissa Lewis (Movement for Black Lives) and David Addams (Graustein). Watch here.
Hundreds of millions of dollars have yet to arrive, leaving municipal leaders wary of new proposed aid.
Much of the shortfall is due to a sharp decrease in enrollment.
Want to improve the mental health of at least one disabled person during the pandemic? Listen to what disabled people are telling you.
Recently Michael Tedesco wrote an article that appeared in the Connecticut Mirror entitled “It’s time to fix the broken workers’ compensation system in Connecticut.” His premise is that insurance companies plot to “starve” claimants by summarily denying claims in derogation of their right to due process afforded by the 14th Amendment and that the Workers’ Compensation Commission is ineffective in protecting injured workers from such inequities.
It’s time we wrote what the Democratic/Republican establishment fear to admit and the zealots fear we write – our process is a broken one. COVID-19, just like 9/11 or any crisis to date, more than patently laid that bare for us.