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It’s a move no other school in NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision, the top division of competition in collegiate football, has made.
State income tax receipts collected since the July 15 filing deadline continue to rise, bolstering Connecticut's rainy day fund.
The nation's most trusted coronavirus advisor backs Gov. Lamont in saying classroom instruction should resume, at least to a point.
Connecticut’s recent economic gains could soon slip away without more federal aid, Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo says.
About 9.4% of the mortgages held by homeowners in the state were delinquent at the end of June.
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Everything needs a limiting principle to protect it from excess, to keep it from transitioning from positive to negative and doing more harm than good.
If we asked 25 different people what “defund the police” means, we would likely get 25 different definitions. Our definition focuses on where the investment should take place while recognizing that public safety is a priority.
My wife and I are in the same position as parents across our state. We have three children going into eighth, ninth and 10th grades. Back to school issues have consumed our discussions.
Five months after Gov. Ned Lamont’s Executive Order closing schools, surveys show students, teachers and families split in terms of their expectations and comfort returning to classrooms (surveys from CEA, AFT and SDE). Public health guidelines will rightly impact the manner in which education can be delivered in Connecticut this fall, but that is only […]
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