Free Daily Headlines :
LET�S GET SOCIAL
With 2022 looming as a watershed year, state employee unions and their allies are moving preemptively to stop Gov. Ned Lamont from accelerating the public […]
The justices appeared starkly divided on whether to uphold the protections guaranteed by Roe v. Wade,
Exchanges by the governor and a likely challenger spotlight ethics rules drawn by lawmakers who narrowly define conflicts of interest.
The state has raised more than $300 million for the program, which should be solvent into the future, they said.
Navaretta has been the department’s acting commissioner since Miriam Delphin-Rittmon left the position several months ago.
Support CT Mirror
You may not be on staff, but you can produce the journalism.