HB 5539 _Sponsored by: Rep. Juan Candelaria, Toni Walker, Robyn Porter, Patricia Dillon, Roland Lemar, Edwin Vargas, Christopher Rosario, Diana Urban, Greg Haddad, James Albis, Kim Rose, Angel Arce, Steven Stafstrom, Matt Lesser, Ezequiel Santiago, Geraldo Reyes, Robert Sanchez
There won’t be the same one-on-one attention. Or the same compassionate touch. And the benefits to the city at large — like picking up needles from parks — will be far less. And it’s a short-sighted thing to be doing in the midst of an opiate crisis.
Even as President-Elect Donald J. Trump makes several pro-life cabinet picks, the fight for basic reproductive rights and access to safe and legal abortion is far from over. In fact, it may have some unexpected allies.
Amid all the talk about impending dangers from the incoming regime in Washington, Karen DuBois-Walton offered a glimmer of hope Tuesday night: Perhaps, just perhaps, there is opportunity in uncertainty?
The latest programs on WNHH radio try out a new pizza joint in New Haven, keep unpacking the results of the Nov. 8 election on the state and national levels, probe the link between classical music and craft brewing, and inform listeners about their Obamacare options during open enrollment.
Two New Haven state lawmakers plan to reintroduce a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana use in Connecticut after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy put the question back on the table in the wake of Election Day results in Massachusetts.