Marilyn Moore

Connecticut state Senator Marilyn Moore of Bridgeport speaks at a gun violence press conference in Hartford on April 14, 2021.
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Shootings are on the rise in some of Connecticut’s biggest cities. Some lawmakers from those cities want more money for gun violence prevention.

State Sen. Marilyn Moore, a former candidate for Bridgeport mayor
Office of State Sen. Marilyn Moore / Facebook

Connecticut State Senator Marilyn Moore agreed to pay a $300 fine to the State Elections Enforcement Commission over her campaign for Bridgeport mayor in 2019.

State Sen. Marilyn Moore, a former candidate for Bridgeport mayor
Office of State Sen. Marilyn Moore / Facebook

A state lawmaker in Connecticut’s largest city wants an investigation into the death of a man killed at a former strip club run by a city council member.

Courtesy of CT-N

Senate Democrats in Connecticut chose Juneteenth to announce an ambitious social justice agenda for their upcoming special session. It includes proposals to deal with police accountability and systemic racism in housing, healthcare, education, voting and the environment.

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The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Thursday morning that voters cannot sue to overturn the results of an election. The decision ends a months-long legal battle between three voters and the City of Bridgeport. 

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