Two parents of victims of the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School spoke on Friday with members of the state panel set up to make policy recommendations following that tragedy.
New Haven began demolishing a fence on Monday that for 50 years separated a public housing complex in the city from the town of Hamden. For some, the fence had become a symbol of racial and economic division between two communities.
Read more about economic disparity issues in Connecticut at our State of Disparity blog.
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