The governor should welcome the proposal of representatives from this region to set the parameters by statute. It should strengthen his negotiating position to have the force of recently enacted law behind him.
With the pace of the vaccine rollout ramping up, we can be hopeful of better, safer days ahead. Until then, let’s remember we truly are all in this together.
While Congress acted as it should, Wednesday was another sad day in a sad time.
With the coming election of a new leader, the state Republican Party has an opportunity to better separate itself from politics of the national party that don't play well in Connecticut.
If Trump refuses to step aside and the cabinet declines to strip him of his authority, the House must impeach. And this time the Senate should convict.
Another local police department has undertaken efforts to improve its interactions to a special population, in this case people on the autism scale.
BLM protestors have been pushed back and apprehended for actions that in no way approached the acts of the Trump mobs.
Given that the state is well staffed to communicate with the public, the hiring of a public-relations firm raises some troubling questions.
For the Republican Party that Trump has seemed intent on destroying, this is at last a moment for clarity. No more equivocation. No more failing to condemn.
Addressing a mob of supporters outside the White House, Trump whipped them up further with more lies of a fraudulent election.
The governor, finally, appears ready to work with the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes to develop a framework for online sports betting and gaming.
President Trump escaped punishment for his past abuse of the power of his office. Rather than condemning him for doing so again, some elected Republicans are giving him comfort.