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.
Punishment is as much a part of Black girls’ educational experiences as academics, hurting their chances for success and perpetuating the achievement gap.
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.
Throughout the years, the value and importance of public review have diminished, notably in the realm of environmental policy. Public input in environmental matters is essential, and I believe that House Bill: 6551 will enhance the ability of the public to participate in the process.
#MeToo, Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump. These very words have become synonymous with violations of women’s rights and safety. Women’s voices have been silenced and berated for revealing their experiences, and our elected officials have failed to adequately protect them from abuse.
Ending human trafficking and protecting endangered children must become a policy priority in Connecticut. This year the judiciary committee introduced H.B. No. 6657: An act concerning human trafficking. This bill raises some important and necessary statutory remedies to issues regarding human trafficking in Connecticut.
It can be hard to vote, even in “blue state” Connecticut. Connecticut does not have early voting or no-excuse absentee voting. The only option for voting on a day other than election day is to vote absentee with a qualifying excuse.