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    Eastern Connecticut’s state Senate districts stretch long distances, linking towns that differ in their interests and orientation. The most predictable distinctions might...

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    There is a joke about U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal that isn’t really a joke: “He would attend a letter-opening if invited.” It’s pretty close to the truth; Blumenthal ...
    This appeared in the Washington Post House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is subject to more death threats than any other member of Congress. That, and being second in l...
    This appeared in the New York Daily News. Though the oral arguments were contentious, lawyers on both sides of the debate over race-conscious admissions at the University...
    This appeared in the Dallas Morning News. In the days before the midterm elections, it’s easy to see our political divisions. In fact, it’s all but impossible to escape t...

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    This appeared in the Los Angeles Times .America is now a nation where acts of political violence are so predictable that for months before an assailant broke into the San...
    New London’s downtown commercial district is pockmarked by empty buildings, so when a reasonable proposal is submitted that calls for renovating and returning empty space...
    If Republican Bob Stefanowski had answered a forthright “Yes!” when asked if he would denounce the anti-democracy stance of his national party and former President Trump,...
    Congressman Joe Courtney is a throwback. This Democrat measures success by the ability to get things done for his district, not by landing appearances on cable news netwo...
    This appeared in the New York Daily News Count us pleased that Kanye West, or Ye, is locked out of Twitter and Instagram and is no longer represented by the Creative Arti...

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    This appeared in the Los Angeles Times It’s no surprise that educational achievement suffered after two chaotic years of school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. But...
    It is time for Connecticut to make voting more convenient for its citizens. Voters can help make that possible by answering “yes” to the only proposed state constitutiona...
    The squeaky wheel adage is playing out for the tenants of Groton’s Branford Manor apartment complex, but mold and other unsafe living conditions at the 441-unit federally...
    The 64-unit complex of apartments “affordable to many” on Bayonet Street in New London broke ground only Oct. 11, but construction on the first phase is well underway. Th...
    This appeared in the Boston Herald “Boston logic” is a suitable addition to the universe of oxymorons such as “jumbo shrimp.” How else would one describe the thought proc...
    This appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer The House select committee’s ninth and likely final hearing involving the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol cement...
    This appeared in the New York Daily News. In the vortex of corruption, malfeasance, incompetence, nepotism and self-dealing that were the Trump years, it can be a legitim...
    This appeared in the Los Angeles Times President Richard Nixon vetoed the Clean Water Act in 1972. But Congress overrode him on a bipartisan vote, and the landmark law to...
    In his last tweet of Jan. 6, as order was restored in the Capitol and his mob was cleared out, President Donald Trump extolled the violent ransacking. “These are the thin...
    It’s becoming clearer that, even in the unlikely event that we somehow, someday manage to eradicate COVID-19 and its many variants, we can’t wipe clean the enormous toll ...