In a letter to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar, the governor pressed federal authorities to work quickly to reunite the families that had been separated under the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy.
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An 800-pound, nearly 11-foot-long steel sculpture of a bent and burned drug spoon has been placed in front of the Connecticut headquarters of drug maker Purdue Pharma as part of an art protest against the opioid crisis
After a day visiting immigration facilities at the Texas border Friday, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said "there is no plan, there is no strategy" to reunify immigrant kids who have been separated from their undocumented parents.
The governing board of Connecticut’s 12 community colleges voted Thursday to move forward with implementing a new plan to merge the schools into a single accredited institution — but this time in five years.
The U.S. House on Thursday narrowly approved a massive farm bill that would cut thousands of children from free school meals in Connecticut. It would limit “categorical eligibility” for the food stamp program.
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