As protesters in West Hartford were shouting, chanting and walking through the streets on Friday for social justice and looking for a change, among them was Senator Richard Blumenthal.
Senator Richard Blumenthal is visiting a family-run Uncle Joe’s restaurant in Bridgeport Monday urging support for local black-owned businesses.
Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy are coming together for change. They’ll be at the Colt Gateway in Hartford Friday morning to discuss the Justice in Policing Act.
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal will join a panel to address the consequences of digital misinformation campaigns during the coronavirus pandemic.
CT officials to participate in Pride ceremony, honor Bridgeport native LGBTQ advocate, activist Larry Kramer
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal will be in Bridgeport Monday morning along with Mayor Joe Ganim and former State Rep. Joe Grabarz to recognize Pride Month.
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal will join Senator Chris Murphy outside of the Colt Gateway building in Hartford to take a stand against racial inequality.
CT’s first female African American brewery owner wants government to give people of color a chance in her industry
On Friday, Senator Richard Blumenthal met with Alisa Bowens-Mercado, the first African American woman to own a brewing company in Connecticut.
Senator Blumenthal to announce plan to financially assist essential workers who contracted coronavirus
Senator Richard Blumenthal will announce a plan to financially help essential workers who contracted COVID-19.
Friday, June 5 is National Gun Violence Awareness Day, and leaders in Stamford are holding a special ceremony to mark the somber occasion.
Senator Blumenthal hopes some of $130B in Paycheck Protection Program will go to minority-owned businesses
After starts and stops, and worries the money would run out, there’s $130 billion left in the Paycheck Protection Program.