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Fair housing advocates in Connecticut want lawmakers to declare housing a right for all residents of the state.

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Thousands of new residents have come to Connecticut during the coronavirus pandemic with workers in New York, Boston and elsewhere look to relocate as they work from home, the state's economic development officials said.

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The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness finds that almost 30% of people in their shelters first became homeless after release from the state Department of Corrections. Lawmakers are considering legislation that could make it easier to find housing after leaving prison.

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A bill in the Connecticut General Assembly would make housing a right for all residents in the state.

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Dealing with how to build trust with vulnerable Black and Latinx communities on identifying housing discrimination on Long Island is a challenge a Suffolk County task force will soon face.