Since October 2021, about $174 million has been gambled on sports in Connecticut, a monthly average of about $7.6 million.
Hartford’s turnout was 14%, compared to about 25% in the 2019 primary. New Haven’s turnout was 23.69% compared to almost 33% in 2019.
Primary election results are being reported in some of Connecticut’s largest cities, including Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport.
Connecticut has embraced collective bargaining for years. It now ranks 9th in the nation in its share of workers represented by a union.
Monthly sales of recreational marijuana have nearly doubled since it became available in January but still fall short of medical weed.
The announcement comes four months after initial approval from the FDA. Narcan, or naloxone, can reverse opioid overdoses.
The number of CT calls to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline increased by about 62% in one year, a change attributed to the shorter number.
Millions of dollars in legal settlements are starting to flow into CT to combat the opioid epidemic, and the stakes could not be higher.
People across Connecticut either celebrated or lamented the lack of snow last winter. But was it a one-time event or part of a longer trend?
In a lawsuit, Mexico claimed gun designs by Colt and other makers pander to ‘the criminal market in Mexico.’ Stakes are high in court.
Supporters will push CT legislators to combat wage theft by hiring more wage and hour inspectors amid a months-long backlog of cases.
Over five years, CT ordered employers to pay more than $17 million in stolen wages. But a shortage of investigators is delaying more cases.
Provisions that provide tax incentives for grocery stores opening in CT food deserts were incorporated into the state budget.
The COVID public health emergency is over, three years after it began. How did Connecticut change, and what changes are here to stay?
CT lawmakers are weighing solutions, including a food access advocacy office and tax incentives to grocery stores opening in food deserts.