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Katherine Hepburn's dune has taken a severe beating, but a living shoreline would protect it and the surrounding area.
Harbor Brook spilled its banks year after year until Meriden created a 14-acre park that doubles as a detention basin for water.
When a coastal meadow preserve was swamped during Superstorm Sandy, the land conservancy decided to let nature take over. And it worked.
Forewarned is forearmed. New viewer developed by the state has some important news about the future effects of sea level rise.
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Last week college sports fans in Connecticut were roiled by some startling news. The University of Hartford has been privately considering a move from NCAA Division I to Division III. Grappling with the financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University commissioned a “feasibility study” from the consulting company CarrSports. The confidential report concluded that the “current Division I-funding model is not viable and cannot achieve the goal of becoming more self-sustaining.”
The Connecticut House of Representatives just passed legislation to end the religious exemption for the school vaccination requirement ( HB6423). The Connecticut state Senate must act quickly to do the same. If passed, Connecticut would require medically able school children to receive vaccines as recommended by the CDC.
President Joe Biden's redefinition of the word "bipartisan" is wise, even necessary. Measures that have majority support among regular folks throughout the country-- say, universal background checks for firearms purchases-- have "bipartisan" support because lots of citizens of both major parties approve: that makes sense.
For the first time in almost a year, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel of the COVID-19 pandemic. But that does not mean we are out of the tunnel yet – and these coming months will be critical for the recovery. That is why this is not the time for the Connecticut General Assembly to push the polystyrene ban (HB 6502) they seem on track toward passing.
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