How Connecticut's new housing policies will affect renters - POLICY REPORTING
"Gov. Ned Lamont has signed one of the most contested bills this legislative session, a major housing policy package that includes new renters’ rights. Portions will go into effect over time, some as soon as later this year.
The bill was heavily debated and stripped down, passing just in time before the end of the legislative session...."
Connecticut has a plan to stop child trafficking, families can lead the way
- ENTERPRISE ARTICLE
"...said she often would wonder where the missing children on business billboards were and if this was trafficking within her community. It wasn’t until she saw trafficking within her own bubble that her preconceived notions of what it looked like, and where it was happening, burst."
Quinnipiac has 94% COVID-19 vaccination rate, but not everyone is ready for the shot - FEATURE NEWS
"...you can just download that from the Internet, and you can fill it in yourself and submit that,” Hill said.
Steiker-Pearl said she knows people who have faked vaccination cards, and it makes her concerned about the university’s vaccination status..."
Quinnipiac takes big steps during coronavirus fears - BREAKING NEWS
"...Quinnipiac will be transitioning to online classes for the rest of the spring semester, as the University attempts to keep students and faculty safe from the coronavirus..."
Both Sides of the Wall: What Being in Mexico Taught Me - OPINION FEATURE
"...A line drawn by hands who fear a color other than their own is not a line that should dictate who is human and our hearts should cross that border if our bodies will not. And whenever I see faces of children being torn away at the borders, people being turned away and unwelcome… I see the children I laughed with and learned with in Mexico..."