Jacob Stern
Staff Reporter
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Sen. Blumenthal visits Local 33 in Beinecke

Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73, D-Conn., met with the eight fasting members of Local 33 at Beinecke Plaza on Sunday, expressing support for the union […]

Federal court rules in favor of sanctuary cities

Much to the delight of Connecticut Democrats, a Federal District Court judge in San Francisco on Tuesday issued a temporary injunction preventing President Donald Trump’s administration from […]

CT political leaders condemn racially charged comments

Connecticut political leaders on both sides of the aisle moved swiftly on Monday to condemn racially charged comments made by a Woodbridge Democrat about a […]

Conn. Democrats rush to enter governor’s race

With Gov. Dannel Malloy out of the running in the 2018 Governor’s race, a crowded field has already begun to emerge.

Connecticut political leaders reflect on Malloy

After Gov. Dannel Malloy announced at a surprise press conference on Thursday that he will not seek reelection in 2018, Democratic and Republican leaders across […]

UP CLOSE: Coast to coast, resistance from California to Connecticut in age of Trump

What does resistance mean? What does it look like in practice? And what does it look like here in Connecticut?

Malloy to not seek reelection in 2018

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Thursday afternoon that he will not seek reelection in 2018.

Connecticut leaders call for popular vote

Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73, D-Conn., and Mayor Toni Harp spoke in favor of replacing the Electoral College.

State democrats push to require presidential tax returns

Connecticut Democrats are working on legislation that would require presidential candidates to release their federal tax returns.

Blumenthal, Murphy oppose Gorsuch, threaten fillibuster

Connecticut's senators joined Democrats prepared to filibuster the confirmation vote of Judge Neil Gorsuch.

Yale Shuttle drivers primed to strike

Fifty Yale Shuttle drivers have indicated they may strike if they do not reach a new union contract agreement by next week.