Millions of dollars will flow back to New Haven’s neighborhoods most negatively impacted by the War on Drugs. Residents pitched uses for it.
Students at the UConn say the school has yet to offer any concrete details on divesting from fossil fuels and moving towards clean energy.
A U.S. Senate bill would let Puerto Rico residents decide whether to become a sovereign nation, independent, or put on a pathway to statehood.
The climate-tech ’incubator’ is already home to 17 startups, including Cool Amps, a battery recycling company.
A referendum asked voters in Maine if they wanted to replace their privately owned utilities with a publicly owned one.
One often unnoticed consequence of the torrential rains CT experienced this summer — private wells are getting contaminated with bacteria.
The Connecticut Justice Alliance released its first comprehensive report about how CT treats children who are accused and convicted of crimes.
Democrat Dorinda Borer will replace Nancy Rossi, who is leaving office after a scandal in which a city official stole pandemic relief funds.
The inaction on regulating contaminants found in the water of millions of Americans illustrates shortcomings in the U.S. response to environmental threats, say experts.
Connecticut has worked to divert food from landfills by setting up more than a dozen pilot programs to recycle food waste in cities and towns.
With the early application period opening for many schools in November, prospective students in a post-affirmative action world are anxious.
Advertisements often promote lower costs and extra benefits, some of which are already available to seniors, the Wesleyan Media Project found.
CT officials plan to distribute 50,000 prescription drug deactivation pouches for people to dispose of unused or expired opioids.
Recent reform efforts are beginning to reduce imprisonment rates, and Black women and men have seen the most significant differences.
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law launched the State Court Report, which covers state constitutional cases and trends across all 50 states.