The General Assembly begins its session Wednesday outside a Capitol closed due to COVID-19. Protests are in the forecast.
He needed a donation. It wasn’t for re-election.
A friend is giving Rep. Jeff Currey, D-East Hartford, a kidney.
Connecticut communities score high on LGBTQ issues, civil rights group says
Gay pride flag Connecticut cities and towns scored higher than average in a national assessment of laws and policies supporting the LGBTQ community, with Stamford and Hartford at the top in the state, according to a report released Tuesday by the educational arm of the Human Rights Campaign. The campaign, which is the nation’s largest […]
Lamont discovers the power of the pen
Gov. Ned Lamont has come to embrace bill signings as antidote to a polarized legislative session.
Network proposed to help LGBTQ community
The network is intended to help a community that has high risks of homelessness and suicide.
Unanimous passage, quick signing of ban on anti-gay ‘therapy’
A ban on trying to change the sexual orientation of minors through conversion therapy, a discredited practice blamed for everything from depression to teen suicide, was unanimously passed Wednesday by the Senate and speedily signed into law by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.