• COVID-19
  • Education

Judge rules ‘expert witnesses’ unqualified in school mask lawsuit

CT Freedom Alliance has until next week to find new experts for a case the state is moving to dismiss.

  • COVID-19
  • Health
  • Higher Education

Connecticut has its worst single-day bump in coronavirus cases in months

Nearly 2% of Connecticut’s coronavirus test results came back positive Tuesday, but the weekly average is much lower.

  • COVID-19
  • Politics

Senate GOP abandons special session rules fight

They played some inside baseball at the State Capitol on Tuesday, a warm up for Wednesday's special session.

  • COVID-19
  • Labor
  • Money
  • Politics
  • Washington

CT catches up on delayed federal unemployment relief

The state Department of Labor sent out $301 million to 146,000 residents.

  • COVID-19
  • Justice

After two sessions, no legislation on prison conditions leaves advocates frustrated

More than 1,500 inmates have tested positive for COVID, and, they say, long-standing systemic issues also need to be addressed,

  • Housing
  • Money
  • Poverty

CT’s rental assistance program gets overhaul to clear logjam

The state plans to quadruple the number of people processing applications and reduce the amount of required paperwork.

  • Economic Development
  • Housing

Civil rights attorneys take aim at single-family zoning using Woodbridge as test case

A group of prominent civil rights attorneys is attempting to dismantle a statewide system of exclusionary zoning regulations.

  • CT Viewpoints

A bright future for telehealth in Connecticut following the COVID19 pandemic

I remember the first time I listened to a lecture about the future of telehealth in pediatrics. My first thought…

  • CT Viewpoints

If ever there were a time to protect all workers

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have come to rely more and more on “gig” workers to supply…

  • Justice

FBI report: Connecticut has nation’s second-largest drop in violent crime in 2019

Drops in burglaries and property crime were also among the biggest reductions in the country.

  • Health
  • Politics

He needed a donation. It wasn’t for re-election.

A friend is giving Rep. Jeff Currey, D-East Hartford, a kidney.

  • COVID-19
  • Health

CT relaxes restrictions on indoor nursing home visits

The state public health department repealed its previous visitation requirement that residents must obtain a doctor’s note.

  • Politics

Connecticut Secretary of the State braces for online disinformation about voting process

Connecticut is paying the postage for all absentee ballots and absentee ballot applications in the state this year. But residents…

  • CT Viewpoints

Connecticut medical-legal partnership for veterans a model worth emulating

From disputes over VA benefits’ eligibility to a coronavirus-fueled rise in evictions, the former servicemembers seeking help from Connecticut Veterans…

  • Politics
  • Washington

Trump slams Barrett critic Blumenthal, says senator should be ‘impeached’

Donald Trump renewed his attacks on Sen. Richard Blumenthal after the senator slammed the president's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.