Narcan, also known as naloxone, can save lives. CT must make the medication, and training on how to use it, affordable and accessible.
When talking to fellow students at Sacred Heart University, every student agreed that if this bill were to pass, they would take advantage of it.
Connecticut can allow all renters to be treated equitably by passing the Fair Share Housing Bill.
Connecticut is not immune to widespread attempts to discriminate against gay and transgender youth, unless we speak up in their defense.
School is supposed to be a place of learning and spending time with friends — not fearing for your life from a mass shooting.
Mandating staffing ratios in hospitals is a good first step, but Connecticut needs to address the wider nursing shortage.
A new bill seeks to give Connecticut renters more power to act when they encounter discrimination.
Connecticut might pride itself on strict gun laws, but whether you’re safe from gun violence in this state depends on where you live.
Governor Lamont and the legislature need to continue to take action this session on healthcare costs to alleviate the burden on struggling families.
Supporting healthy choices at city corner stores could be a way to tackle rising levels of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Making sure people don’t end up on the streets starts with offering support like a fully staffed housing hotline and adequate shelter space.
Mental health days and peer support should be the norm on college campuses to combat the rising impact of depression and anxiety.
Creating a ‘right to shelter’ is the first step to making sure families do not end up on the streets as evictions rise in Connecticut.
With life expectancy, infant mortality and access to care varying widely between towns in Connecticut, it’s time for a comprehensive answer.
There still aren’t enough special education teachers in Connecticut, and the pandemic has highlighted a huge unmet need for students.