Worker’s lawsuit tossed despite confirmed racial discrimination and slurs at Connecticut DOT
Marc E. Fitch
Senior Investigative Reporter
Marc worked as an investigative reporter for Yankee Institute and was a 2014 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow. He previously worked in the field of mental health is the author of several books and novels, along with numerous freelance reporting jobs and publications. Marc has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Western Connecticut State University.
The bill restricts mandatory meetings regarding politics, religion or unionization efforts, often called “captive audience meetings.”
Lawmakers approved the $1.86 billion agreement between Gov. Lamont and SEBAC to give bonuses and raises to 46,000 state employees.
Senate and House Republicans called for more tax relief in light of increasing state tax revenues.
Ivelisse Correa was a freshman in high school when her father was imprisoned for three and half years on a […]
Entrepreneurs navigate red tape in Connecticut’s new cannabis market