Governor Ned Lamont is holding a news briefing denouncing hate crimes and racial slurs on Wednesday.
Capitol Report: Gov.’s exec. order bringing change to state policing, state lawmakers prep. for special session to address further police reform
Governor Ned Lamont answered the call last week to take action on police accountability and transparency. He signed another executive order.
Until schools can reopen, officials are concerned about what all those students, especially teenagers, are going to do with their time.
Governor Ned Lamont said the roles of leadership in the state need to be more diverse.
Governor Ned Lamont announced Wednesday that all Connecticut school districts will be allowed to hold in-person graduation ceremonies as well as in-person summer school starting July 6.
Racial equality and social justice are issues being highlighted Friday by state leaders at a meeting in Bloomfield.
Gov. Lamont addresses Trump’s comments that governors are ‘weak’ after protests erupt over the weekend
Governor Ned Lamont used his coronavirus briefing Monday to talk about the death of George Floyd and the protests it has sparked.
Capitol Report: Gov. Lamont on police accountability, Treasurer Wooden says corporate America should stand up to racism
8 minutes and 46 seconds. It’s not easy to say out loud. George Floyd’s death while handcuffed by the Minneapolis Police serves as a long-overdue wake-up call about systematic racism and police brutality in this country.
Governor Ned Lamont and Banking Commissioner Jorge Perez have announced Thursday a 60-day extension to the CT Mortgage Relief Program.
A settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit seeking to protect inmates from COVID-19.