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Gov. Ned Lamont ends cases of what some call “humanitarian incarceration.”
Jose Villegas lives in Hartford, safe from the dangers of El Salvador but without the peace of a permanent resident.
The closed Juvenile Training School had been under consideration as a shelter
Officials say a closed juvenile detention center's history should not rule out repurposing it as a shelter for migrant children.
As of March 30, over 5,000 children were being held in U.S. Border Patrol custody.
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Nothing amplifies the virtues of the American Dream as loudly as the blossoming of a new immigrant community.
We would never want to relive the horror of 9/11, but wouldn’t it be refreshing to revisit the actions of 9/12 when virtue and the goodness of people shone through in multiple forms of courage, strength and caring.
Thanks, Eversource, for the huge donation of food to Connecticut following Hurricane Henri.
The Arab World’s only democracy is in peril. Connecticut's U.S. senators should speak up.
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