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Abortion-rights advocates say they are on the offensive in Connecticut
The General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a measure Tuesday creating an emergency, interest-free loan program for an estimated 1,500 federal employees in Connecticut affected by the U.S. government shutdown.
Central Connecticut State University President Zulma R. Toro announced Tuesday that she is seeking to fire two longtime theater professors after investigators concluded that each had likely engaged in sexual misconduct with one or more students. Toro also announced plans to appoint new leadership for the university’s Office of Diversity & Equity and to reorganize […]
Washington-- The longer the federal government is shut down, the more state and local governments will feel the disruption in Washington.
About 150 supporters of the Sheff school desegregation case gathered over the weekend to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the landmark suit, but also to ask a question that echoes the theme of Martin Luther King’s last publication: Where do we go from here? With a California-based law firm having filed a lawsuit last year […]