Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz is set to visit Unbakeables by Whipped-Up, LLC in Norwalk to learn more about the state’s COVID-19 business response program.
Connecticut Governor Lamont signed the Police Accountability bill into law Friday.
‘Every single person needs to be counted’: New effort underway in the state to get everyone counted in the Census 2020
Getting you to fill out the census, that was the goal today in Middletown and Hartford where state and local leaders announced a new effort to get everyone counted in the 2020 Census.
The Hartford Public Library is reopening its downtown branch today with new safety measures to be implemented.
On Wednesday, Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz announced the new “10/10 for Ten” campaign to encourage residents to respond to the 2020 Census.
Tuesday, the state showed off some of the notable submissions from the Lt. Governor’s “Covid-19 Computing Challenge.”
Governor Ned Lamont is holding a news briefing denouncing hate crimes and racial slurs on Wednesday.
The Lieutenant Governor and State agencies are trying to raise awareness about the topic. Each year, an estimated 5 million older adults are abused and neglected or exploited. Older Americans lose an estimated $2 billion every year due to financial abuse and/or exploitation.
Racial equality and social justice are issues being highlighted Friday by state leaders at a meeting in Bloomfield.
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz holding discussion highlighting resources available to LGBTQ+ community during the pandemic
Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz is holding a virtual roundtable discussion highlighting the resources and support available to the LGBTQ+ community during the pandemic.