After All Things

A Long Island environmental fund is getting a long overdue audit. Connecticut lacks affordable housing outside of its cities, fighting West Nile virus on Long Island, and finding ways to adapt to climate change.

How offshore wind could benefit the regional economy. Connecticut is accepting hundreds of Afghan refugees, a Suffolk police officer is arrested, and New York’s digital divide.

Ebong Udoma

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong wants to hold social media giants more accountable. New Yorkers seem to like their new governor. Are gun makers marketing more to minorities? And the house where ol’ blue eyes still sings.

After All Things: Should Blinken Resign?

Sep 15, 2021
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U.S. Congressman Lee Zeldin of Long Island wants U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to resign. Remington defends themselves after national criticism, the MTA pulls the “death benefit” for unvaccinated employees, and Connecticut will soon have a vaccine passport.

Connecticut’s economy is below the national average. In New York, Governor Hochul wants to expand veterans benefits to some National Guard, deforestation in our region is contributing to millions of CO2 emissions, and New Haven’s violence epidemic.

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