Ride-Hailing Rules Among New Laws In ConnecticutRules for ride-hailing services and conditions for selling event tickets are among a host of new laws set to take effect in Connecticut with the new year. Here's more highlights of legislation about to become law in the state.
Immigrant Rally Planned Immigrant rights, business and labor groups will announce plans for a rally in Connecticut calling for an end to President Donald Trump's deportation strategy.
3 Connecticut Troopers Sued Over Arrest Of ProtesterA civil liberties group says in a lawsuit against three Connecticut state troopers that they illegally retaliated against a protester at a drunken driving checkpoint by arresting him on bogus criminal charges.
Does Anybody Here Pay Attention To Anything?As the story of the Orlando nightclub shooting develops, I find myself asking a question: “Does anybody here pay attention to anything?”
$55K Settlement Reached in Civil Rights Lawsuit
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
Connecticut NAACP, ACLU Laud Taser Legislation
Proposed RI Health Department Plan Would Require Annual Flu Vaccines For Children Up To Age 5The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is opposing a proposed state health department regulation that would require annual flu immunizations for children up to age 5 and would keep those with medical exemptions out of school or day care during flu outbreaks.
State ACLU Backs Student Opposition To New Torrington Rules
ACLU Worried Hernandez Could Suffer 'Debilitating Psychological Effects' Being Isolated In JailThe American Civil Liberties Union is concerned that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is now “locked alone inside a room the size of a parking spot” after being placed in a new cell last week.
Sheff Agreement Extended By One Year
ACLU Questions Actions Against Students For TweetsThe Rhode Island ACLU says it's concerned about actions Warwick school officials took against students who went on Twitter and disparaged state Education Commissioner Deborah Gist over a new graduation testing requirement.