Connecticut has strong gun laws, but until the Violence Against Women Act is strengthened by closing the ‘boyfriend loophole,’ women remain at risk.
Thousands of restaurants in Connecticut are still hurting from COVID shutdowns and restrictions. Lawmakers must step up to help them.
The failure of Connecticut’s bill to ban single-use plastic items means we must lobby to pass legislation on the federal level.
Connecticut legislators are rightly prioritizing children’s mental health this session, but they are still short-changing community nonprofits.
Connecticut must invest money to ensure all schools have access to lifesaving naloxone, the opioid overdose reversal medication.
The current self-regulated system of healthcare inside Connecticut’s prisons repeatedly fails incarcerated men and women both during their incarceration and after their release. Reform and oversight will save lives and money.
Banning noncompete agreements would improve the quality of life for workers while ensuring an equitable balance of power between bosses and workers.
Denying incarcerated people an education directly contributes to systemic racism.
I’m a student who went the test-optional route when applying to college. It opened a lot of doors for me.
The adultification of Black girls is a manifestation of anti-Blackness and stereotyping, and has found its way into our schools.
By including Asian-American history along with Black and Latino studies programs, Asian Americans can be more correctly represented and acknowledged.
Guilford is probably not the first place you might expect to become a hot spot of Critical Race Theory controversy.
Black students receive harsher punishment than white students in educational settings, indicating that racism is embedded in our school systems.
Connecticut schools should provide more resources and support for special education programs.
Did you ever think you would see a time when childcare costs twice as much as a mortgage?” Me either.