We cannot continue down the path of allowing health care costs to increase out of proportion to household income.
We all have an interest in stopping reckless driving, and automated traffic cameras are a no-brainer for school zones across Connecticut.
In Lamont, the Constitution State can become the seed for a new model of governance for mayors and governors to run the extra mile presidents unworthy of the office can not and will not.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision striking down affirmative action tore down a pillar of legal, moral and ethical hope and decency established to help rectify years of inequity, discrimination and bias.
Our current single-choice system of voting which allows a candidate to win without getting a majority vote.
The curtain that had given the U.S. Supreme Court the charade of transcending politics has been torn away.
It is disheartening and disillusioning that anyone who has the courage to do what’s right for marginalized people in CT will be castigated.
It’s time for the federal government to exit the student loan business. Instead, let’s fund free community college for all.
America needs to see the trial of USA v. Trump first-hand, unfiltered by media bias and partisan spin.
Without apology or acknowledgement, the U.S. is slowly returning to the model of care eradicated by obstetricians of the early 1900s.
Our children and grandchildren deserve a better future than the one we are currently bequeathing them.
Federal cash tided child care facilities over the pandemic, but Connecticut still has a shortfall in places, leaving families in crisis.
Connecticut’s failure to address the specific needs of the queer community in the housing sector is disheartening, but not surprising.
Every morning I look out my bedroom window, like some daily spiritual ablution, hoping to see blue skies. As the poet Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.” Composer Irving Berlin expressed this natural affinity in his lyric, “Blue skies, smiling at me.” Perhaps that’s why I’ve find it […]
Waterford’s deteriorating Crystal Mall could provide an ideal site for robust redevelopment, given the right vision.