Josh Geballe talk about the reasons for the state’s shift in plans, how Connecticut is addressing the questions of vaccine equity and the rollout for educators in an effort to open all schools.
Connecticut is shifting to a strictly aged-based vaccine rollout. Who gets left behind under that strategy?
John Dankosky talks with Camelle Scott (CT Core), Karissa Lewis (Movement for Black Lives) and David Addams (Graustein). Watch here.
House Minority Leader Vincent Candelora says he’s looking for the state to take a “more active role” in some areas.
John Dankosky talks with Connecticut’s second-most powerful Democrat about possible new revenue to help struggling cities, towns and residents.
Budget reporter Keith Phaneuf joins John Dankosky to break down the status of the budget ahead of the governor’s proposal.
While Connecticut’s age-based COVID-19 vaccination plan makes efficiency a priority, is the vaccine rollout leaving behind Black and Latino residents?
Bill Curry and Liz Kurantowicz feel their parties are in better shape with Trump out of office. But what’s next?
Yale Epidemiologist Gregg Gonsalves doesn’t mince words about the nation’s response to COVID-19, either on Twitter, or in person.
In CT Mirror’s first conversation previewing the session, John Dankosky talks with Mark Pazniokas, Jenna Carlesso and Kasturi Pananjady.
John Dankosky talks about the state budget and Connecticut’s economy with Keith Phaneuf. Watch here.
John Dankosky talked education, housing and justice with Jacqueline Rabe Thomas, Kelan Lyons and Adria Watson (1/13/2021). Watch here.
John Dankosky talks politics, pandemic and data with Mark Pazniokas, Jenna Carlesso and Kasturi Pananjady. Watch the recording here.
Miguel Cardona, Connecticut’s education commissioner, is Biden’s pick for U.S. Secretary of Education. Here’s how he might lead the department.
With the FDA’s approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, Connecticut is set for what Gov. Lamont calls a “new spring.”