C19: Connecticut Governor Encourages In-Person Learning

Mar 16, 2021
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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont encourages in-person learning, a new poll reveals how New Yorkers feel about Governor Cuomo remaining in office, Connecticut will legalize online sports betting soon, and an agreement that calls for the U.S. army to reevaluate thousands of less than honorable discharges.

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The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to all Connecticut adults by April 5 — that’s about a month earlier than anticipated. A new study says at-home testing for COVID-19 could save thousands of lives, a rally in Suffolk over the county’s police reform plans, and advocates say the pandemic is to blame for decreased enrollment for the 9/11 victims compensation fund.

C19: Long Island Business Is Hurting

Mar 12, 2021
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A new poll finds one in four CEOs on Long Island say their businesses won’t survive the pandemic. Building pressure for Governor Cuomo to resign, police reform plans in Suffolk County, and could Connecticut be returning back to normal life soon? 

C19: COVID Relief Officially Signed

Mar 11, 2021
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The COVID-19 relief bill has officially been signed by the president, a mass vaccination site to open at Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport Police union votes "no confidence" in their acting chief, and a piece of outer space on display at Yale.

C19: Tuition Hikes For SUNY Schools? Probably.

Mar 10, 2021
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College students in the SUNY system are angry with Governor Andrew Cuomo over a hike in tuition. Another woman has come forward accusing Cuomo of misconduct, a law passed in Connecticut to combat discrimination in the workplace, and a look at the injustices of gerrymandering in the Nutmeg state.