Because ridership has plummeted, Amtrak is seeking at least $1.5 billion in new federal pandemic funds.
The pandemic has unleashed a wave of charlatans and hucksters who have endangered people’s lives and stolen their money.
The federal moratorium on evictions is also ending Friday, and state protections lapse soon after.
Connecticut residents donated nearly $61,000 to Biden’s presidential campaign in June, while state residents gave about $33,000 to Trump.
Reps. Hayes and Courtney push back against GOP advocacy — supported by Gov. Ned Lamont – for in-person learning.
The massive bill would also strip Confederate names from military bases and end transfers of military equipment to local police.
In dismissing the case, Robinson agreed with the state that the Supreme Court did not have jurisdiction over the issue.
As the pandemic poses new challenges in raising money, political candidates need campaign cash more than ever.
Yet Rep. Rosa DeLauro, who has not had a tough race in decades, appears unconcerned about the fundraising disadvantage.
The governor says he could support giving the jobless less than the current payout of $600 a week.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro slammed the new reporting requirement, saying it’s an attempt by the Trump administration to ‘hide’ COVID cases.
Help for the uninsured provided by the new, $175 billion Provider Relief Fund is getting mixed reviews.
Connecticut borrowers included law firms, manufacturers and Choate, who says it returned the money.
An extension of federal unemployment benefits, another round of stimulus checks and hazard pay are on the table.
With police reforms stalled in Congress, the nation’s CEO’s, including those from Cigna and Travelers, have released a compromise plan.