Unofficial returns show Guilford voters have decisively rejected a Republican school board slate organized in opposition to critical race theory.
One Democrat left under a cloud. Three others would quit only if they win elections for mayor or first selectman.
Connecticut would be following New York and Michigan which have already enacted bans.
Connecticut, once a national leader in clean and renewable energy and energy efficiency, has slipped behind many other states, including its neighbors. Most of the finger-pointing is at the state’s budget problems and questionable choices by the legislature. But the state may have started to lose its energy edge before then. The question is, can it get it back?
The General Assembly dealt a blow to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s housing agenda Monday after legislators voted narrowly to override his veto of a bill that loosens the state’s affordable housing standards.