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Paid family, medical leave program accepting applications

Connecticut’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave Program is now taking applications, Gov. Ned Lamont said. Lamont announced in a news release benefits are available for qualifying events beginning Jan. 1, 2022, stemming from... Read more »

31 state employees terminated over vaccine mandate

Gov. Ned Lamont said 31 executive branch employees have been terminated from employment for not following the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. In a news release, the governor announced that nearly 95% of executive... Read more »

Carney signs host of criminal justice reform bills into law

Gov. John Carney has signed eight criminal justice reform bills into law that are designed to protect juveniles from facing lifelong consequences for their actions while providing second chances to adults to... Read more »

40 schools to participate in FAFSA Challenge

Forty high schools from 19 school districts across the state will be participating in the FAFSA Challenge, Connecticut’s governor said. In a news release, Gov. Ned Lamont, along with Education Commissioner Charlene M.... Read more »

Lamont requests presidential disaster declaration for Ida damage

In an effort to assist homeowners and businesses rebuild from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Ida, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced he has submitted a request for a presidential disaster declaration.... Read more »

Hogan announces offshore wind partnership for Maryland

A new $72 million partnership will bolster Maryland’s clean energy efforts for years to come, the governor announced. Speaking from Federalsburg, Gov, Larry Hogan introduced a business partnership between Orsted, a global leader in... Read more »

Carney extends Delaware public health emergency for third time

Delaware Gov. John Carney has extended the Public Health Emergency order in the state for another 30 days. In a news release, the governor extended the order for the third time to allow... Read more »

Massachusetts Senate passes sex education bill

The passage of a Senate bill relative to providing sexual health education to students in public and private schools Thursday drew accolades from one state advocacy group. Senate Bill No. 2541 passed by... Read more »

Maryland VaxU scholarship program enters final week

The $1 million VaxU Scholarship promotion is down to its final week in Maryland. Winners receive a $50,000 college scholarship through the program aimed at encouraging 12- to 17-year-olds to get vaccinated... Read more »

Connecticut receives federal approval for Emergency Relief Funding in schools

The U.S. Department of Education has approved the use of $110 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act funding for Connecticut’s Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief fund as part of ongoing... Read more »