📝 CT Mirror Explains
Finding answers to big questions in Connecticut. CT Mirror Explains is an ongoing effort to distill our wide-ranging reporting into a “what you need to know” format.
Work to deploy broadband access and close equity gaps in CT is underway, and new internet pricing transparency rules will soon take effect.
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How do Gov. Ned Lamont’s state budget and income tax cut proposals compare to what the state legislature endorsed? Here’s what to know.
Students who were studying practical nursing at Stone Academy haven’t been able to obtain their transcripts. Here’s why.
Home care — designed for people to age at home, rather than in nursing homes — is growing in popularity in CT. But the industry faces issues.
Connecticut nursing homes are facing plunging occupancy rates, staffing shortages and complaints about the quality of care.
The law, designed to erase certain criminal records after a period of time, took effect earlier this year but has not yet been fully implemented.
CT has been shipping 860,000 tons of trash out-of-state annually ever since a Hartford trash-to-energy plant closed. Here’s what’s going on.
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