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I recently found an array of online job postings that greet seekers with these encouraging words: "MUST BE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED, NO EXCEPTIONS." How lovely. In a country with 13.9 million unemployed residents, that's akin to a restaurant requiring a hungry...
Southington real estate agent Christian Bedard allegedly demanded an SUV to keep quiet about all the gay sex he says he had with Minnesota Twins pitcher Carl Pavano. Bedard allegedly sent a message, via Facebook, to the MLB player's sister, threatening to...
Tags: Meriden, Bethany, West Haven, Literature, Executive Branch
The Hartford CourantIs the tide shifting on a controversial bill that would give the government and copyright holders broad new powers to stop online piracy? Over the weekend, the White House signaled that it has strong reservations about the controversial Stop Online...
The Hartford CourantNortheast Utilities, now facing scrutiny over its slow reconnection of storm-damaged power lines, has established a network of connections with Connecticut's political establishment, including Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration and other...
When the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was passed in 1996, all but one member of Connecticut's congressional delegation voted for the legislation that defines marriage as being between one man and one woman. Times have changed. Connecticut has legalized...
Tags: Family, Immigration, AIDS, Laws, Health
On the heels of another dismal jobs report earlier this month, U.S Rep. Rosa DeLauro introduced the Fair Employment Opportunity Act, a measure to fight discrimination against the unemployed. The bill would prohibit employers from ruling out applicants...
So U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3, raises lots of extra campaign cash, gives gobs of it to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which turns around and pays $1.9 million to DeLauro’s husband for polling and campaign consulting. Sweet. Could...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Washington, DC
Many employers are discriminating against the unemployed in online advertising, according to a study by advocacy group National Employment Law Project released Tuesday, July 12. NELP identified more than 150 ads that included exclusions based on...
WASHINGTON (AP) - Republicans have maneuvered to quietly prevent a bill that makes large cuts in domestic and international food programs from chipping away at federal farm subsidies. The GOP move to head off $167 million in cuts in direct government...
Nation NowDiaper bill: Proposed federal legislation would make it easier for child-care providers to use federal funds to provide diapers to low-income families....
Opinion L.A.House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) has trouble not only cutting deals on behalf of his restive caucus but also getting his members to abide by them. That's because the "tea party" wing of his party seems much more eager......
Republican opponents of food safety legislation are already promising a fight over its funding, even before it becomes law. President Barack Obama was scheduled to sign the bill on Tuesday. It allows the Food and Drug Administration to increase...
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