The state suspended the medical license of a physician accused of mailing exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines without examining patients.
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Plan to expand child tax credit offers hope along with direct payments
When her car started making a noise more than a year ago, Chinara Johnson parked the vehicle and hasn’t used it since. As a New Haven mother of 5-year-old twin boys, one of whom is on the autism spectrum, and an 8-year-old daughter, Johnson doesn’t have the money to get the car running properly again. […]
As pandemic grinds on, domestic violence shelters grapple with budget gaps, growing needs
The 18 nonprofits that serve domestic violence victims are seeing a combined $350,000 gap in their budgets.
Low-wage workers see no relief from uncertainty of pandemic
With the $600 weekly federal unemployment boost gone, low-wage workers fear for their futures.
As coronavirus spreads, church leaders weigh the needs of congregants
As an ordained pastor, the Rev. Robyn Anderson will preach via the web today, sharing a message of hope and healing with members of Blackwell AME Zion Church as her parishioners deal with the economic and personal toll brought on by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Parents’ erratic work schedules put children at risk
More than one-fourth of the state’s 885,000 hourly employees who potentially face wide swings in work schedules are parents of children under the age of 18, putting their kids at risk for behavioral issues, according to a newly released report.