Suicides, depression, anxiety and other mental health problems are on the rise, and will get worse, experts say.
As coronavirus infections spike, states are reassessing or putting back-to-school plans on hold. Connecticut, however, is moving forward.
CDC says its study estimates that 5% of state residents have been infected with the coronavirus.
Connecticut’s Latino and Black workers have borne the brunt of the pandemic and advocates say they’ll need long-term help.
CDC director Robert Redfield: “I don’t think we have any clear evidence…to support the public health value of that decision.”
Connecticut had half of the money needed to weather a recession in its unemployment trust fund before the pandemic hit.
Aaron Zelinsky plans to testify that the ‘highest levels’ of the Justice Department politicized the sentencing of Roger Stone.
‘It’s a very big milestone for the program,’ said Rep. Joe Courtney.
The Trump administration has warned long-term care facilities they can be prosecuted if they seize the payments.
Remdesivir, which can lower the amount of coronavirus in a patient, may soon be in short supply.
Immigrant advocates say congressional action is needed to permanently protect immigrant youth from deportation.
An extension of federal unemployment benefits until 2021? ‘I don’t think we need that,’ the governor said.
Blumenthal pressed witnesses about changing the law to help the Justice Department prosecute police wrongdoing.
Legislators said Tuesday there are several specific questions they want to see addressed. The feds and workers are upset, too.
After George Floyd’s death the Pentagon give-away program and ‘militarization’ of police is under scrutiny.