The Economic Policy Institute projects large job losses in Connecticut and other states without $1 trillion in federal help.
There’s a significant gap between the ethnic and racial makeup of Connecticut’s larger cities and the police forces serving them.
Following their Democratic leaders, Connecticut lawmakers say focus should be on broad police reforms, not defunding.
While options for Congress are limited, there is bipartisan consensus that federal lawmakers need to take action.
An inspector general verified 16 allegations of race-based harassment, but said in many cases nothing was done about them.
Blumenthal, Murphy join others condemning “use of the U.S. military to impede the First Amendment rights of Americans.”
The schools are lobbying both Congress and the Lamont administration for protections from lawsuits stemming from coronavirus infections on campus.
Connecticut’s mainly peaceful protests continued Sunday as looting and rioting became more prevalent in other states .
Previous reports notwithstanding, Hispanics are substantially more likely to die of COVID-19 than non-Hispanic whites, officials say. Blacks, too.
There’s a growing sense Congress should do more to tackle college debt, but no consensus on what should be done.
About 80,000 Connecticut families must wait to receive money to make up for meals kids no longer receive at school.
The Boston Fed predicts 11% percent of Connecticut homeowners and 36% of state renters could miss payments.
Regulating the use of absentee ballots long has confounded Connecticut lawmakers. Now, it is part of the president’s campaign.
Business owners fear that opening without concrete protections could open them up to costly lawsuits.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro, who pushed for the measure, said online purchasing helps prevent the spread of COVID-19.