TaShun Bowden-Lewis, who’s wanted to work in public defense since she was a child, has spent her career fighting for clients in Connecticut.
Can CT’s affordable housing shortage be resolved without what one critic has called the “sledgehammer” of 8-30g?
More than half of the seats in the CT House and nearly two-thirds in the Senate will have turned over since 2018, some more than once.
Submarine work is on the upswing once again, and eastern CT — with 41 towns and a population of roughly 435,000 — is steadying for the boom.
CT has saved $9 billion since 2017, but some say the budget constraints need to be loosened as pressures hit families and workers.
At least five tenants unions have formed in Connecticut to help renters address issues like maintenance problems, rent raises and evictions.
With a narrow GOP House majority, CT Democrats will lose committee chairmanships but say they’ll still have leverage in crafting policy.
Many housekeepers at Connecticut hospitals say COVID-19 pandemic benefits have only come after prolonged demands for recognition, if at all.
Even though fewer people voted in CT’s cities in 2022 than in 2018, Gov. Ned Lamont managed to win by boosting his numbers in the suburbs.
The failure to spend federal stimulus funds on housing is a missed opportunity to make CT a more affordable place to live, advocates say.
Health professionals are realizing how much climate change — especially more heat — can lead to cascading effects on human health.
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
Sen. Chris Murphy negotiated and shepherded into passage America’s first significant gun safety law in three decades. Then he flew home to celebrate.
There are fewer people imprisoned today than in 2008. But the cash bail system can still keep people locked up, unable to buy their way out.
As the health care industry becomes more concentrated, private practices struggle to compete with big systems. Instead, they’re joining them.