The work of one of the 19th Century’s greatest investigative journalists still resonates for a modern generation.
People who represent themselves in custody, eviction and other cases are disadvantaged because they can’t afford an attorney. That’s wrong.
We have legislation in place to help us clean up harmful algal blooms, but these efforts have been underfunded for decades.
Hesitation over supervised injection sites for drug users is hindering what could be a life-saving solution to substance-use disorder.
Providing health insurance for all undocumented children is not only the right thing to do, it will save money in the long run.
A wild frontier cannot sustain the industrial scale disturbance that oil drilling would bring;
Fairfield County lags behind the state in gender equality, with female cross country athletes racing a shorter distance than males.
Dobbs v Jackson had a limited reach due to state protections, but no state will be safe from the Supreme Court’s upcoming affirmative action cases.
For the health of their students, Connecticut colleges and universities should recognize Oct. 10 as a holiday and not hold classes that day.
When critics on the extreme left blame Democrats for not codifying Roe v Wade into law, they are mistaken.
The moment has come for Connecticut to take action. With the nation focused on reproductive rights and personal autonomy, state politicians have the opportunity to establish positive change.
Connecticut has strong gun laws, but until the Violence Against Women Act is strengthened by closing the ‘boyfriend loophole,’ women remain at risk.
Thousands of restaurants in Connecticut are still hurting from COVID shutdowns and restrictions. Lawmakers must step up to help them.
The failure of Connecticut’s bill to ban single-use plastic items means we must lobby to pass legislation on the federal level.
Connecticut legislators are rightly prioritizing children’s mental health this session, but they are still short-changing community nonprofits.