Lawmakers, who want a second special session to broaden the agenda, say this is a ‘table-setting moment’ for racial equity.
Polling shows African-Americans take COVID-19 seriously. But marketing widespread testing in the cities has been a challenge.
There are only a handful of walk-up testing sites in the state, prohibiting those without cars from getting tested.
An exchange between two state lawmakers who also happen to be landlords shows the divide on rental housing policy.
Justin Elicker won big in New Haven over Toni Harp, but voters were kinder to incumbents in Hartford and Bridgeport.
Primaries in three of Connecticut’s four largest cities today are reminders that even mayors who become figures in statewide politics are not immune to local challenges.
While the push to revitalize Connecticut will be a struggle, Gov.-elect Ned Lamont pledged to African-American leaders Saturday his administration’s effort would be defined by diversity and cooperation.