HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut will receive $6.4 million in federal law enforcement grants that had been withheld by the Trump administration in a dispute over immigration enforcement, the state's attorney general said Tuesday. Attorney General William Tong said the Biden administration has rescinded conditions placed on the funding
Connecticut Ends Religious Vaccine Exemptions For Students
Prof. Howard Friedman (Religion Clause) reports:
Gov. Ned Lamont has signed a bill into law that ends Connecticut’s long-standing religious exemption from childhood immunization requirements for schools and day care facilities
Connecticut will no longer allow religious exemption from childhood immunization requirements for schools and day care facilities, becoming the sixth state to end that policy. The bill
A 1-month-old infant was killed by a dog at a home in Norwich, Conn. Monday night, according to police.
The six-team National Women's Hockey League added a third private owner Monday by approving the sale of the Connecticut Whale.
The six-team National Women’s Hockey League added a third private owner Monday by approving the sale of the Connecticut Whale. The group of investors is led by Tobin Kelly, a mergers and acquisitions specialist with strong hockey ties. The Whale are based in Danbury and were owned and operated by
Bobby Valentine has seemingly done it all. Now, he’s running for mayor of Stamford, Connecticut.
“Why don’t you get rid of f---ing Narcan and when people overdose, you let them die,” James Stanley said to Black Lives Matter organizers.
Connecticut State Police say they arrested Jose Alberto Claudio-Diaz of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on suspicion of robbery and found a kidnapped woman with him.