Legal experts generally see vaccine passports as constitutional, but we should not assume that this deference to state power would continue under the current Supreme Court.
Based on the data we have, it looks like there really is an association between the vaccine and these blood clots.
It’s a race to the bottom as rich-country governments keep chopping corporate tax rates to lure corporate dollars and end up shifting more and more of the fiscal burden onto the shoulders of middle- and working-class taxpayers.
Based on a past precedent and Justice Neil Gorsuch's adherence to textualism, the Supreme Court is likely to strike down laws prohibiting transgender athletes from competing.
Justice Ginsburg died during the term of a Republican president, who replaced her with a staunch conservative, Amy Coney Barrett. Liberals should urge Breyer to retire immediately to avoid a similar fate.
As urbanization expands worldwide and the space for wildlife shrinks, human environment interactions intensify, and zoonotic transmission of viruses from animals to humans becomes easier.
If the ride felt familiar, it didn’t feel the same. The train rocked past theaters and restaurants where I’d once gone; they were now closed temporarily or forever. Cars passed in the streets below, but not as many as there used to be.
The concept is gaining steam around the country: Lawmakers in 29 states are considering measures this year that would adopt ranked-choice voting in some form.
A dreadful normalcy has returned. Muscle memory demands that we lament it − even as all evidence suggests that many of us are unmoved by death.
Thinking that there will be substantially lower premiums to the public using the state employee health plan is a false hope.
Businesses all across Connecticut are filled with concern about the new tax on digital advertising the state legislature is now considering.
Would that DiMauro’s slavish devotion to college athletics and the magical thinking that accompanies it translated also to academics.
Many of my colleagues rightly stressed the need to return the legislature to its co-equal role. What's the plan? What are the logistics?
The people and their history are the heart of a community. I would hope that here in Mystic, folks would be more aware of theirs.
The first Congress had one representative for 60,000 Americans. The ratio is now 760,000 and rapidly growing.
We need more people to be vaccinated. Our vaccines are safe. They will help us beat this virus. I commend everyone who has received the doses of these life-saving vaccines.
Roughly 100 people lost their jobs as DRVN Enterprises and the ILA 1411 Longshoremen’s Union were forced out of State Pier with no viable alternate location to continue operations.
For too long, the charter schools in Connecticut that serve brown and Black communities have been mistreated and underserved by our state.
The legislature and public should support bills proposed by Gov. Ned Lamont with the intent of matching worker training to the jobs available.