How elected officials behave, how powerful men treat women, and how those in public life react to allegations against others in power are part of the new playbook.
By national standards, Connecticut’s program is generous. Some changes to cut its costs may be in order. But the cuts passed in the most recent budget went too deep.
Stonington’s soon-to-be-seated charter commission should be allowed to do its due diligence and study a variety of forms of alternative governments.
Overcoming negative perceptions and addressing factors that may have contributed to the recent spate of violent behavior is the challenge that confronts city leaders and its advocates.
Tearing families apart and returning individuals to a hopeless situation serves no good purpose. The situation calls for a compassionate and sensible response.
Two states, Massachusetts and Arizona, have asked the federal government for permission to pick and choose which drugs they will cover for Medicaid beneficiaries.
It is hard to imagine path to a deal that makes MGM and the tribes happy. This appears to be a zero-sum game, with a winner and loser.
For the past couple of years, Dominion has been trying to make the case that it faces the same stresses that have forced the closure of other nuclear plants in the country. Now is its chance.
While the legality of President Trump's move is debatable, its ill wisdom is less so.
It would take at least another term for the Hartford mayor to get his city turned in the right direction. If he could do that, Bronin would have a genuine platform from which to make a case for higher office.
By not allowing him to deliver the speech, Wintrich’s critics played right into his hands, gaining him all kinds of attention.
With the appointment of the consumer advocate and new board members, CMEEC should start operating in transparent fashion. Only then will utility customers be confident it is operating in their best interests.