The CT labor department found that over the 22 months it audited, Hartford HealthCare took $479,000 from 114 workers — and never provided the food.
A group of Trinity College students spent a semester taking the 87-page Sheff v. O’Neill agreement filled with hard-to-digest numbers and legal jargon and translating it into a few graphics to help the public understand how far the state is from the agreement’s goal.
The rejection from a wealthy suburban community to open its borders even slightly is a trend in Connecticut.
Earlier this week, Gov. Ned Lamont said schools should pay for air quality upgrades. Now, a top state official says an agreement is near.
A survey showed that a third of CT’s school districts say they do not have the money to maintain or improve the air quality in their schools.
Katsouleas’ departure was “about politics, about personalities … about all those things,” said state Sen. Derek Slap, D-West Hartford.