Connecticut

Sen. Blumenthal Introduces Bill To Reduce Hate Crimes

Mar 13, 2017
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U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., says he will introduce legislation to help combat the recent surge in hate crimes across the nation.

Nor'easter Socks Region With Wind, Snow And Sleet

Mar 13, 2017
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With up to 20 inches of snow, high winds and possible coastal flooding expected, states of emergency have been declared in municipalities around the region on Tuesday.

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Controversial feminist activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali has sparked protests at college campuses like Yale for her belief that Islam is an oppressive and violent religion. Hirsi Ali gave a lecture that drew more than 500 people to Fairfield University on International Women’s Day this week. The event prompted students to host counter-events about Islam.

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In Connecticut a paid family and medical leave bill made it through a key state legislative committee on Thursday.

State of Connecticut Judicial Branch

Connecticut’s General Assembly has re-appointed Justice Richard Palmer to another term on the State Supreme Court.  

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