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Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration expects to finish divvying up Connecticut’s $1.4 billion share of the Coronavirus Relief Fund next month.
Senate Democrats want to tackle systemic racial inequalities in housing, education and beyond. But there's only agreement on police reforms.
About 80,000 Connecticut families must wait to receive money to make up for meals kids no longer receive at school.
This marks the 16th time in 17 days that hospitalizations from the virus have declined in Connecticut.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s efforts to track the coronavirus in assisted living centers continues to have significant gaps after two weeks.
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Why is it so hard for train and subway passengers to wear a face mask? Does the MTA really need to do a PSA campaign (with pictures!) showing that a mask around your neck or not covering your nose and mouth isn’t protecting anyone? Apparently so. Non-compliant passengers are either stupid or uncaring, or both.
Across the country, activists are tearing down the visible symbols of white supremacy. Confederate monuments are one symbol. Like the statues of Confederate generals, Native American mascots of many schools are another. These mascots must fall.
Hi. My name is Sharon, and I have white privilege (WP). A mere color gene passed unknowingly to me by both parents has smoothed my life's path to a degree I can no longer ignore. Fact is, I could just as easily have been conceived by two Black parents. And a Black me would predictively have a different life trajectory in America, one less fair, more constricted, perhaps less valued, and very possibly more dangerous.
Connecticut taxpayers have no way of knowing how much they’re paying for each COVID-19 test. That’s because state Comptroller Kevin Lembo has redacted pricing information from contracts at the request of the vendors.
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