Government and nonprofit entities are stepping up with COVID relief and recovery, including the Boston Fed and CT’s community foundations.
Despite the pandemic, traffic fatalities are up 5% in 2020.
The number of breakthrough cases represents (.01%) of the 101 million people who were fully vaccinated on April 30.
Black teens are disproportionately affected — five to eight times greater than whites.
Hundreds of group home residents, trapped in a game of state budget brinkmanship, could be transferred into nursing homes.
The legislation, which nudges towns to loosen restrictive zoning policies, now heads to the governor’s desk.
An income tax break for the working poor seems to have a reserved spot in the next state budget.
We can make a transformational difference to people and communities throughout Connecticut by working together toward a more equitable Connecticut. The philanthropic sector, state, and local leaders have a collective responsibility to make this opportunity a reality, and we must do it now.
Last week, the General Assembly voted to make pizza the official state food. I wish our lawmakers had shown as much respect for their constituents with terminal illnesses. Kim Hoffman In contrast, last month, the Judiciary Committee chose to ignore and disregard the wishes of 75 percent of Connecticut voters who support medical aid-in-dying legislation […]
With the Hartford incinerator expected to permanently shutter next year, many are left wondering where to turn for a solution. Fortunately, legislators are considering a bill that would reform the state’s recycling system and help get us out of this polluting, expensive mess.
This last year, spent in a pandemic, has changed the lives of so many. But those changes might be felt most acutely by children.
Lawmakers approved a bill intended to curb pay disparities and a referendum on whether the Constitution should allow early voting.
The House passage puts the bill on the desk of a noncommittal governor.
With infections comfortably low and vaccination rates enviously high, Gov. Ned Lamont bid farewell Thursday to his twice-a-week briefings.
Under the proposal, nursing home staff are required to provide at least three hours of direct care per resident daily.