Most defendants in New York who need help for substance-use disorder can avail themselves of treatment courts. Why is Connecticut far behind?
Connecticut can allow all renters to be treated equitably by passing the Fair Share Housing Bill.
Books are not inherently good or bad; it is the way that they are taught that can highlight a potentially offensive or negative reading.
Connecticut is not immune to widespread attempts to discriminate against gay and transgender youth, unless we speak up in their defense.
Students of color shouldn’t have to feel ashamed of who they are and what their culture represents. Hiring non-white teachers can help.
I hope everyone in a position of power understands the great importance of the state’s four-year universities, community colleges, etc., and their benefit to the future workers of Connecticut.
School is supposed to be a place of learning and spending time with friends — not fearing for your life from a mass shooting.
The negative effects of social media on our health far outweigh the other positives it brings to our lives.
Mandating staffing ratios in hospitals is a good first step, but Connecticut needs to address the wider nursing shortage.
A new bill seeks to give Connecticut renters more power to act when they encounter discrimination.
Connecticut lawmakers have shied away from providing safe injection sites for drug users in this state. They could have been a step forward.
Connecticut might pride itself on strict gun laws, but whether you’re safe from gun violence in this state depends on where you live.
As a student, it is disappointing and alarming to see our professors under the threat of a situation in which they have to defend their impartiality, tolerance or decency.
There has not been a single year since I was born, where a child did not die in a school building from a shooting.
While it can be said that Gen Z is politically active online, an online presence does not equal a vote.