State braces for sequester impact
In light of massive federal spending cuts due to take effect today, Connecticut public programs are facing unprecedented budget reductions.
One year later, a focus on urban violence
A group of 30 students and New Haven residents lit candles in a vigil commemorating the one-year anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin and calling for an end to urban violence.
Following rally, Islas faces uncertainty
Surrounded by a small group of Yale College Democrats, Josemaria Islas continued his advocacy against his own looming deportation, which he has been fighting to prevent for seven months.
For Murphy and Esty, Newtown defines terms
The shooting in Newtown has left its mark on the terms of Sen. Chris Murphy and Rep. Elizabeth Esty LAW ’85, the two new members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation.
Tax havens empty state coffers
Tax revenues lost to overseas tax havens last year could have closed the state’s current $140 million budget shortfall more than six times or funded the salaries of 13,000 teachers, according to a recent report.