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  • Oregon bill passes expanding background checks for gun sales

    An Oregon bill expanding background checks to encompass nearly all gun sales in the state made it through the Legislature on Monday, overcoming obstacles that stymied two previous attempts to pass similar laws. The measure now heads to Democratic Gov....
  • Crisis Teams Bridge Service Gap To Stabilize At-Risk Youth

    The growing number of children and teens exposed to traumatic events in everyday life has forced the state's crisis intervention teams to respond to a broader range of behavioral and mental health issues, and those teams often serve as a bridge until at-...
  • 28 Months Later, Review Of State Police Response To Sandy Hook Shooting Lags

    28 Months Later, Review Of State Police Response To Sandy Hook Shooting Lags
    Following nearly every mass shooting in the U.S., the response of law enforcement and medical personnel is examined, a critical exercise experts say is not intended to place blame but to identify areas that can be improved and ways lives can be saved....
  • 11 Sandy Hook Families: We're Getting No Money From Tim McGraw Concert

    11 Sandy Hook Families: We're Getting No Money From Tim McGraw Concert
    Families of 11 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims Wednesday distanced themselves from the upcoming Tim McGraw concert in Hartford and the group that will benefit from the money raised, Sandy Hook Promise. In a three paragraph statement, the...
  • Enfield Council OKs Armed Guards For Two More Years

    Enfield Council OKs Armed Guards For Two More Years
    ENFIELD — The town council, in a close vote Monday night, agreed to continue having armed guards in schools for another two years. The issue now goes to the board of education, which must consider whether to continue or end the 2-year-old program....
  • Mental Health Is Main Cause Of Hospitalizations In State

    Mental Health Is Main Cause Of Hospitalizations In State
    Mental disorders surpassed respiratory problems and all other ailments as the leading cause of hospitalization in Connecticut in 2012 for children ages 5 to 14, teenagers and younger adults, according to a state health department report. The report...
  • Mental health funding cuts stir outcry in Connecticut

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal to cut money from a state grant program to community mental health and substance abuse providers is prompting an outcry from advocates and families of Newtown massacre victims in Connecticut, who warn patients will...
  • Obama coalition isn't a coupon that Hillary can redeem for votes

    In news only slightly more surprising than this morning's sunrise, Hillary Rodham Clinton announced she is running for president again. The announcement came in the form of a clever video in which Clinton says she wants to be a champion for "everyday...
  • Obama coalition isn't guaranteed for Hillary

    Obama coalition isn't guaranteed for Hillary
      In news only slightly more surprising than this morning's sunrise, Hillary Rodham Clinton announced she is running for president again. The announcement came in the form of a clever video in which Clinton says she wants to be a champion for “...
  • Music And Dancing April 4 To Celebrate Life Of Sandy Hook Victim

    Music And Dancing April 4 To Celebrate Life Of Sandy Hook Victim
    ENFIELD – On April 4, friends and family of Ana Grace Marquez-Greene will host the third annual Dance for Ana with Love Family Day Fundraiser in honor of Ana, who died in the Sandy Hook massacre in December 2012. Ana Grace came from a very musical...
  • Indiana learns discrimination is bad business

    Indiana learns discrimination is bad business
    The leaders of large corporations have not generally been at the vanguard of civil rights movements in this country. The average CEO is usually more concerned about stock valuations and quarterly dividends than about fighting discrimination. And when...