• Education
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  • K-12

Hartford mayor to state: stop with the segregation

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin called on state leaders Friday to stop segregating his city through regressive housing policies.

  • Politics
  • Washington

New documents suggest Hyde was communicating with someone tracking Yovanovitch

The House Intelligence Committee released new texts from Robert Hyde and an unknown third party that discuss monitoring the diplomat before…

  • Money
  • Politics

CT’s unpaid legislator wants to champion push for lawmaker pay reform

Sen. Norm Needleman, who does not accept compensation from the state, wants to end nearly two decades of no pay…

  • CT Viewpoints

Connecticut’s mistrust of government is well founded

Most people have a pretty good nose for sniffing out when someone is telling them the truth and when someone…

  • CT Viewpoints

Transportation climate initiative is the wrong policy at the wrong time

As the 2020 legislative session is about to get underway, Connecticut residents and businesses need to be on the lookout…

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A $25,000 Lyme disease challenge

Chronic Lyme and other tick-borne diseases continue to disable thousands of people every day.  With over 300,000 new cases of…

  • Politics
  • Washington

Blumenthal, Murphy step up calls for witnesses at start of Trump impeachment trial

An hour after senators were sworn in as jurors in President Trump's impeachment trial, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said…

  • Labor
  • Politics

As the workforce ages, lawmakers revisit age discrimination

With one in four workers now aged 55 and older, Connecticut lawmakers of both parties are rallying around a relatively…

  • Justice

Young children would be removed from juvenile court system under new proposal

Under the new proposal, which would take effect in 2021 if passed by the General Assembly, children under age 12…

  • Energy
  • Environment

CT taking ‘a serious look’ at exiting regional power market

The state’s commissioner of energy and environmental protection said Wednesday that Connecticut is being forced to invest in natural gas…

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An after-action report: Trump, Soleimani and Khameni

Donald Trump has been excoriated by critics for ordering the killing of the number one terrorist in the world, Qassem…

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A frank conversation with the transportation commissioner

Joseph Giulietti is finishing his first year as Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Transportation, CDOT. He’s been busy and…

  • Politics
  • Washington

Report: FBI to determine if Hyde had a role in spying on Yovanovitch

CNN reports that the FBI is taking a closer look at Robert Hyde, but he denied attempting to spy on…

  • Politics

Tolls bill to be finished by Tuesday, then pitched to public

Wrapping up the transportation bill by Tuesday would enable lawmakers to schedule a public hearing and a vote count.

  • Money

New report shows state revenue has remained stable

The latest revenue projections show CT can expect $169 million more than the governor and legislators originally anticipated.