Author: Clarice Silber

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For nearly a decade, it has been the favorite argument of those opposed to higher state taxes for Connecticut's wealthy -- migration. Simply put, if... [Read More]
A Trump administration proposal that would change the way the government determines whether someone is likely to be a "public charge" could be deterring immigrants... [Read More]
The survey, which gathered anonymous responses from a total of 593 staff, lawmakers, lobbyists and others who work at the Capitol and Legislative Office... [Read More]
Department of Correction health care workers stood in the pouring rain outside a Hartford prison Tuesday to rally against staffing vacancies and demand an agreement... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy tag-teamed with Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ned Lamont on Friday to paint the candidate's Republican rival, Bob Stefanowski, as a Trump acolyte... [Read More]
Connecticut insurance customers and health care advocates on Wednesday urged state regulators to reject proposals to raise rates next year. [Read More]
Connecticut workers are getting sick on the job slightly less often than in recent years, but still more frequently than the national average, according to... [Read More]
Connecticut workers are getting sick on the job slightly less often than in recent years, but still more frequently than the national average, according to... [Read More]
Two immigrant children who were reunited with their parents in Connecticut after being separated at the U.S.-Mexico border have been granted temporary legal immigration status. [Read More]
As New Haven grappled Thursday for the second straight day with a drug overdose crisis, new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... [Read More]
The United States Department of Education has announced it will allocate Connecticut $10.6 million for school districts that took in displaced students from Puerto Rico... [Read More]
Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont easily captured the Democratic gubernatorial nomination Tuesday, outpolling convicted felon Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim in every community except Ganim's hometown. [Read More]
Activist students from Parkland, Florida made this Connecticut town the symbolic last stop of a nationwide bus tour on Sunday during their full-steam quest to... [Read More]
Connecticut's high court has unanimously decided that private religious institutions in the state are not immune from lawsuits for discrimination and, like other employers, they... [Read More]
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy rallied Tuesday with other public officials, advocates and demonstrators against the planned deportation of a Bangladeshi immigrant whose only child will... [Read More]
Republican gubernatorial contender Mark Boughton on Friday visited one of thousands of Connecticut homes whose concrete foundations are crumbling  beneath them, making the pitch that... [Read More]
Connecticut House Democrats filed a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission on Wednesday against a nationally Republican funded Super PAC they say violated reporting... [Read More]
Connecticut Department of Children and Families Commissioner Joette Katz said on Thursday she is seeking an independent review of the state-run psychiatric facility for children... [Read More]
About 100 people came to the Hartford Public Library to hear the gubernatorial contenders, Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont and Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, and lieutenant... [Read More]
Two immigrants who were reunited with their children in Connecticut after being separated at the U.S.-Mexico border have been granted six months of parole. [Read More]
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