Amid concerns from the state that New Haven was poised for Election Day voter registration problems again, the Harp administration plans to disptach a crew of staffers to help work computers and trouble-shoot technical glitches.
“This is a case I feel so privileged to be involved with,” said crusading New Haven attorney David Rosen. “Let’s hope that this case has a very big impact and helps lots of children for years to come.”
After decades as one of New Haven’s leading elected officials, Jorge Perez has been tapped to enter state government as Connecticut’s new banking commissioner.
Ryan Boyko sat by an open rear window late Thursday afternoon, inches from the East Rock backyard he may not enter, continuing by laptop to try to help Liberia contain the Ebola epidemic. Boyko, a Yale public-health doctoral student, would rather have left the house.
Gary Holder-Winfield on Sunday, Feb. 9, was seeking support in the special election for state Senate New Haven — Gary Holder-Winfield watched his mother die a slow painful death over four years in the hospital. That helped convince him to embrace a controversial bill coming up in the state legislature—to allow physicians to help terminally […]