HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A former death-row inmate’s conviction in the rape and killing of a woman in Connecticut has been overturned by the state Supreme Court, which ruled his rights were violated when he made admissions to a fellow prisoner who was working with authorities. The Hartford Courant reports that in a decision released […]
Is Connecticut making the right move by expanding its travel ban? Plus, town beaches are pushing back on ‘outsiders’ as health safety concerns in the world of COVID-19 rise.
The Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld a sanction against Infowars host Alex Jones over an angry outburst on his web show against an attorney for relatives of some of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims.
CT State reps pass insulin cost cap, absentee ballot bill, telehealth expansion; special session continues into early morning Friday
Today, Governor Ned Lamont and the General Assembly are meeting in a Special Session to discusses proposals surrounding absentee ballots, police accountability, and price caps on prescription drugs.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has elevated appellate Judge Christine Keller to the state Supreme Court, where she will serve for three years before reaching the mandatory retirement age for judges.
On the eve of absentee ballots being printed for the August primary, the State of Connecticut Supreme Court has dismissed a major lawsuit.
John Lewis, a lion of the civil rights movement whose bloody beating by Alabama state troopers in 1965 helped galvanize opposition to racial segregation, and who went on to a long and celebrated career in Congress, has died. He was 80.
In the weeks since George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody, one thing has become clear – this country is hurting.
GOP group sues in CT Supreme Court to block use of coronavirus as exemption for absentee ballot voting in August
The use of absentee ballots in this election year is a hot topic. Several lawsuits have been filed. One of them against Connecticut Secretary of the State has been fast-tracked to the State Supreme Court.
There are still big concerns over the state’s August 11 presidential primary because of the anticipated widespread use of absentee ballots.