The rate of COVID-19 cases caused by the B.1.1.7 variant could be 20% to 40%, some scientists believe.
Despite tight margins, Senate Democrats claim optimism for universal background check bill that passed the House.
Lawmakers are struggling to find a way to assist workers who contracted COVID-19 on the job without crippling businesses.
The state is still reviewing the ruling to determine its next steps and how it affects the eight men.
Should those confined to prison for the rest of their lives be held on “special circumstances,” or is incarceration enough?
or the past year frontline health care workers stood in the way of danger, working throughout the pandemic in nursing homes, home care, substance-abuse counseling and helping children in need. Yet, somehow, health care workers and their patients are forgotten in Connecticut’s proposed budget, freezing or even cutting spending for workers and services urgently needed by the state’s most fragile populations.
I don’t want to wake up in a Connecticut that got surpassed by North Dakota, of all places, in terms of marijuana laws.
Bridgeport is considering an ordinance that would ban the sale of all legal flavored tobacco, including menthol cigarettes, by licensed retailers in the city. This is a dangerous, ill-conceived policy that has failed by every measure elsewhere.
With the 25th anniversary of the Sheff v. O’Neill decision coming up in July, it’s time to fulfill the ruling’s true legacy and reform exclusionary zoning in Connecticut.