The federal government said this week it will invest nearly $7 million to clean up and redevelop contaminated properties across the state.
Only about a third of CT babies are exclusively fed breast milk through 6 months. Most other parents rely on baby formula to some degree.
A group of Trinity College students spent a semester taking the 87-page Sheff v. O’Neill agreement filled with hard-to-digest numbers and legal jargon and translating it into a few graphics to help the public understand how far the state is from the agreement’s goal.
There are over 400,000 parents within the Army alone.
The Pennsylvania-based developer will now begin determining if it can actually build on the land, which is in Naugatuck and Waterbury.
Officials at the regional grid operator attributed the drop to good weather and the adoption of rooftop solar on homes and businesses.
CT will direct most of its efforts — and most of $30 million — toward its cities, where children are more likely to suffer lead poisoning.
Several states have taken steps to codify abortion protections, but few have increased access in anticipation of out-of-state patients.
An outpatient breast milk dispensary has opened in Glastonbury — the first of its kind in Connecticut.
President Joe Biden campaigned on reforming and strengthening the criminal justice system, but critics say his administration has allowed many of those issues to fall by the wayside.
In a handful of states, versions of the legislation have existed for decades.
A majority of Black adults have had at least one negative experience with a health care provider, according to a new report. But young Black women are particularly likely to report a harmful interaction during routine health care. More than 70% of Black women ages 18 to 49 said they’ve experienced at least one negative interaction […]
Those caring for some of CT’s most vulnerable residents work with no paid sick leave and no paid time off, and many subsist in poverty.
Whether Roe v. Wade is weakened or overturned this summer, state officials will likely have enormous latitude in their next steps.
Alliances of frontline health care workers with trusted community leaders are addressing the alarming rise of substance use disorders.