Gov. Ned Lamont is allowing the evictions moratorium to lapse — while slowing them to buy time for relief payments.
Developer Bruce Becker ‘recycles’ the old Pirelli building into an all-electric and sustainable hotel.
The $625 increase will boost tuition to $15,030 for in-state students and $37,698 for out-of-state students attending UConn next year.
Gov. Ned Lamont vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have set statutory limits on the use of solitary confinement in prisons.
Only 2,921 payments have been by UniteCT, a COVID assistance program criticized as overly complicated and technically flawed.
To a carpenter with a hammer,” it has been said, “every problem looks like a nail.” To Karl Marx, assembling communism from a wild and variegated international socialism, every social problem in the modern world arose from economic class disparities. And if one put a class disparity eye loop to one’s eye, the Marxian theory made some sort […]
Connecticut’s governor and majority-party legislative leaders were proud and self-congratulatory on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at the signing of SB1201, the recreational marijuana bill. The governor boasted that “… all of us here… place a premium on public health… and public safety… this is a bill that prioritizes that….” To the governor and those legislative leaders: this bill is a disaster.
A ceremonial bill signing marked progress and shortcomings in making Connecticut’s political world more hospitable to working mothers.
About 25,000 acres of oak, beech, and aspen trees have completely lost their leaves due to gypsy moth caterpillars.
Miguel Lopez will face charges in a case that focused attention on a loophole in Connecticut’s sex offender registry laws.
The new state budget mandates Connecticut’s first tax fairness study in seven years.
Not with a bang, but a whimper. That’s how commuters seem to be moving, albeit in small numbers, back to working in-person in their New York City offices.
How sad that Connecticut, a supposedly progressive state could not get the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) to a vote.
Gov. Ned Lamont highlighted $5 million in crime-prevention funding, though the precise plan is a work in a progress.
Connecticut has no standards for how its medical facilities gather, report and use patient data on race, ethnicity and language.