Connecticut’s reapportionment will test whether technology can bring public participation to a process controlled by political insiders.
The omnibus bill also calls for better data collection on race and ethnicity in health care; now moves to House
Some of the mass vaccination sites were supposed to target more vulnerable populations, where the demographics are different.
Of the 75+ age group, 13% of Black residents, 18% of Hispanics and 30% of whites have received first doses.
The FAFSA form is critical for students who might receive financial aid for college.
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Data show more than half of the nursing homes in Connecticut now have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.
Civil rights leaders are urging the governor to intensify efforts to gather better racial and ethic data on the pandemic.
HIV diagnoses increased in Connecticut from 2016 to 2017, but long term, the number has been on the decline.
Using more detailed ethnic categories in student and health data could allow policymakers to better serve small populations, but some people in those small populations are anxious about extra scrutiny, the possibility of discrimination and being labeled as other than American.
Here are the year-end summaries of fundraising by exploratory and candidate campaign committees raising money for state office elections in 2018.
Despite enacting some of the country’s most progressive police reforms, Connecticut still faces the same questions other states do about whether police are doing enough to enforce the law effectively without infringing on the civil rights of minorities, and if they are doing enough to build trust with their communities.
The Connecticut News Project, Inc., welcomes two new offerings today for its growing audience — Trend CT, which will focus on public-interest data, and CT Viewpoints, an opinion forum.
Most roll call votes in the Connecticut legislature are easy to analyze: They are either unanimous or follow party lines. Vote Hound helps you find and analyze the other kind of votes, the ones where the patterns are not quite so clear. Explore the latest interactive database from The Connecticut Mirror and Trend CT.
Fairfield County, a region marked by sharp disparities in income and in urban and suburban life, faces particular challenges in assuring all its residents a quality education. Today, a special report, “Education, Diversity and Change in Fairfield County,” explores the issue through in-depth policy reporting, interactive maps and charts, photo galleries and opinion pieces written by teachers from the Connecticut Writing Project at Fairfield University.