What’s happening in this liberal suburb is a reflection of land-use decisions playing out in wealthy suburbs across the state.
With too-few counselors to handle 7,400 applications and a burdensome process, little progress has been made getting people their money.
Housing advocates have been trying to seize the moment, pushing a reluctant legislature to think more broadly about racism.
It is becoming clear the business-sensitive governor and his more liberal base are headed in opposite directions.
Every voter will get an absentee ballot application in the mail. State law bars most from using them.
At an interfaith vigil called in response to the attack on Muslims in New Zealand, President Trump was rebuked in Connecticut for his refusal to recognize the threat of white nationalism.
An Asian woman talked about the imprisonment of Americans of Japanese descent for three years during World War II. Noting the last night of Hanukkah, a rabbi recalled those times and places where Jews could only light their menorahs in secret. A gay man, now proudly out, talked about the days of being bullied as “the other.” They came to support America’s newest “other,” the Muslims.