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Responding to a request from Connecticut and two other states, a federal judge put a hold on a new Trump administration policy aimed at discouraging immigrants from using federal benefits.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said the new rule “has instilled fear and chaos in Connecticut's immigrant communities.”
Gov. Ned Lamont says his administration has to allay immigrant fears about a new Trump administration rule affecting green cards.
Attorney General William Tong has joined several state coalitions objecting to the Trump administration's treatment of immigrants.
The policy allows the speedy deportation of undocumented immigrants anywhere in the United States who can’t prove they’ve been in the country continuously for two years.
A bill now being considered by federal lawmakers is intended to make it easier for police to track financial criminals who set up shell companies, but the legislation casts such a wide net, hundreds of thousands of innocent small business owners would also be negatively affected.
Here's an illustration of why a new law has required that African-American and Latino studies be included in school curriculum.
In this time of partisan gridlock, here is something that will shock you: I am a Republican and I am in full support of tolls in the state of Connecticut.
I’m a big fan of high speed trains, which means I often ride Amtrak’s Acela to Boston or Washington. It’s the best train in North America, though it pales in comparison to true HSR (high speed rail) in Europe or Asia. While Acela can hit a top speed of 150 mph, it does so on only 34 of the 457 miles between DC and Boston. Over the entire run, what with congestion and station stops, it only averages about 70 mph.
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