A plan to overhaul CT’s waste-disposal and recycling system is being scaled back amid opposition from the industry and some municipalities.
Medicaid is ‘unwinding’ in CT. Here’s what you need to know
A policy that guaranteed Medicaid coverage during the pandemic is ending, and thousands of CT residents could be affected.
Best of 2021: Life has never been easy for single moms. The pandemic made it harder.
Nationally, mothers lost work at three times the rate of fathers in the pandemic. The loss was even worse for single mothers.
Best of 2021: CT’s budget picture is rosy now. Did Lamont create it — or did he inherit it?
Policies enacted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and past legislatures contributed greatly to Gov. Ned Lamont’s recent budgetary success.
Best of 2021: CT educators share what is being taught in their classrooms amid growing outrage about Critical Race Theory
The accusation persists that teachers striving to help students understand racism in America are using Critical Race Theory.
Best of 2021: Sema4 was a hot CT startup. Then came COVID, state contracts — and a boost from Annie Lamont’s firm
Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
Best of 2021: Will CT’s race to attract data centers pay off? For some, it’s unclear
With many other states offering incentives, Connecticut’s relatively late arrival to the data center race struck some observers as odd.
Best of 2021: After killing his cousin, Clyde Meikle found purpose in prison through service. Now he’s asking to go home.
Clyde Meikle is a “poster boy candidate” for release from prison. If he can’t get a sentence modification, who can?
Best of 2021: How CT spends billions in latest federal relief will shape its economic future
Policymakers face unprecedented challenges deciding how to spend $6 billion-plus in new federal pandemic relief.
Best of 2021: State to thousands who got unemployment money: Give it back
State officials have issued thousands of letters instructing some people to repay unemployment benefits they received during the pandemic.
Best of 2021: Connecticut’s sole supermax prison is closing. What comes next for the men who used to be on death row?
Should those confined to prison for the rest of their lives be held on “special circumstances,” or is incarceration enough?