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Many law enforcement officials are using George Floyd's death to support police reform in Connecticut. Not Chief State's Attorney Richard Colangelo.
Some scenes from Connecticut's reopening.
Gov. Ned Lamont all but shut the door Thursday on a full-scale reopening of Connecticut bars in mid-July.
The data show at least 3,400 workers have contracted COVID-19 or were presumed to have the disease during the pandemic.
With police reforms stalled in Congress, the nation's CEO's, including those from Cigna and Travelers, have released a compromise plan.
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Community foundations pledge to match the state's funding for census outreach.
Even though one-fourth of CT's census tracts are deemed hard to count, the state is relying on volunteers and hopes for philanthropy.
Connecticut State Attorney General explains why he and other state attorneys general from all over the country are demanding answers from Facebook about the data breaches soon to be addressed by Congress in hearings Tuesday and Wednesday.
On June 29, amidst pandemic-induced unemployment and economic uncertainty, the Gov. Ned Lamont's administration released a sweeping $33 million assistance program for renters, homeowners, and local landlords. Connecticut has been lauded as a national leader in the housing policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the state, none of us could have ever imagined how the 2019-20 school year would end: graduations cancelled, sports seasons prematurely ended, and milestones our students and children strived to achieve for years did not receive the recognition they should have because of the abrupt closure of schools.
I read Paula Matzke’s commentary, “Connecticut’s plan for reopening schools is a disaster in the making,” and was deeply disturbed by her lack of insight. As a mom of three, ages 6 years, 3 years, and 4 months, I have been at the front of the distance learning adventure since our district closed on March 13. I would like to enlighten Matzke as to some of the real life challenges distance learning presents for the youngest learners, kindergarteners.
Connecticut passed a significant criminal justice milestone this week: The total number of persons incarcerated, in both prison and jails, has dropped by 50% compared to the all-time peak of 19,894 on February 1, 2008.
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