The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and the Connecticut Health Foundation have awarded $40,000 in grants to the UConn Foundation to support continued efforts to address health equity among boys and men of color.
After a failed attempt at an appointment last fall, the state Criminal Justice Commission is again accepting applications for the first Inspector General to investigate deadly use of force incidents by police and in-custody deaths. Attorneys with at least three years of experience practicing law and extensive experience in conducting investigations and providing leadership must […]
It’s 837 pages and 24,800 lines of public policy, some of which lawmakers were just reading for the first time Tuesday. It’s supposed to be language to implement the budget but there was much more to the so-called implementer bill.
For the second time in eight days, the state Senate passed a bill legalizing recreational cannabis Tuesday but even before the votes were cast, Gov. Ned Lamont’s office threatened to veto the legislation.
The state Medical Examining Board voted Tuesday to discipline two physicians with fines and ordered a Newington woman to stop providing injections for a fee without a medical license.
Towns with team names or mascots depicting images associated with Native Americans could lose funding under a provision of the 800-plus page budget implementer expected to be passed by the legislature during special sessions this week.
Historic buildings, dining spots, and beautiful fall foliage are some of the reasons the Smithsonian Magazine included Litchfield, Connecticut as one of the country’s “Best Small Towns to Visit” in 2021.
It was every adult child’s worst nightmare – a frantic drive to the Emergency Department with mom getting worse by the minute. For Brenda Shipley, the stress was just beginning.
As an economist and former vice president of AdvanceCT, Alissa DeJonge is no stranger to data. At the former Connecticut Economic Resource Council, DeJonge had been doing economic and public policy research to help the economy and make the state more competitive.
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