April 14, 2015
by Christine Stuart | April 14, 2015 2:03pm
by Jordan Fenster | April 14, 2015 9:00am
On Monday, U.S. Rep. André Carson, D-Indiana, announced via Twitter his intention to introduce a resolution expressing Congress’ unambiguous feelings about discrimination against the LGBTQ community. Connecticut’s U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3rd District, immediately retweeted him.
Tags: rosa delauro, LGBTQ, DC News Junkie, Joe Courtney, dh
April 13, 2015
by Christine Stuart | April 13, 2015 8:22pm
April 10, 2015
by James H. Smith | April 10, 2015 3:15pm
Our state Supreme Court ruled last summer that all anyone needs to know is the name of someone arrested, the date, and where the arrest took place. That’s it. 911 tapes? No way. Crime scene photos? Absolutely not. Race of the person arrested? Nope. Criminal record of the person arrested? No way. Nada. Nothing.
by Terry Cowgill | April 10, 2015 5:30am
Last week’s Supreme Court decision to grant a new trial to Richard Lapointe was a promising development, but it should in no way be viewed as the end game.
April 7, 2015
by Elizabeth Regan | April 7, 2015 5:18pm
Police departments in Groton, Granby, and Waterbury and state police troops in Tolland and Hartford are more likely to stop black and Hispanic drivers, according to a study conducted by the Institute for Municipal Regional Policy.
April 4, 2015
by Christine Stuart | April 4, 2015 2:12pm
April 2, 2015
by Susan Bigelow | April 2, 2015 10:00pm
A year or two ago my wife and I traveled to northeast Pennsylvania to visit my parents and family. When we crossed the Delaware River on I-84 we turned to one another and said, “Well, guess we’re not married anymore!”
And we laughed, since crossing a border into a non marriage-equality state didn’t really invalidate our marriage, but still somewhere deep in the pit of my stomach a tiny ball of worry formed.
Tags: Indiana, religious freedom, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Susan Bigelow, dh
March 30, 2015
by Christine Stuart | March 30, 2015 4:50pm
by Jordan Fenster | March 30, 2015 1:57pm
Juvenile offenders will no longer be shackled in court unless specifically needed to protect those in the courtroom, if a bill being considered by the state legislature is passed. However, a policy shift at the state’s Judicial Branch scheduled to take effect this week does the same thing.