In accordance with the CDC's recently updated mask guidelines, the State of Connecticut has announced that starting May 19th, fully vaccinated individuals will no longer need to wear masks or face coverings indoors or outdoors. Please note that this date is tentative and subject to change.
Rep. Currey Hails Passage of Legislation Strengthening Insurance Protections for Living Organ DonorsMay 6, 2021
"This bill is critical in addressing the disparity by creating protections for people who step up to share their spare. No one should lose their life because they're sitting on a wait list, and this bill seeks to put an end to that here in Connecticut," said Currey.
It’s Taco Tuesday and I hope you’re enjoying a bit of crunch in your life right now. The weather is getting progressively warmer (what’s with this Nor’easter we’re all reading about?!?), so be sure to get outside, get some sun, and enjoy some of our local eateries – especially those with patios! Remember though, take the steps to keep yourself safe and the necessary precautions to keep others around you safe.
The first time any parent sees their child is a life-changing and joyous experience: Their dream comes true. Yet for thousands of LGBTQ parents in Connecticut, their dreams of parenthood may also bring a nightmare of bureaucratic red tape and insurmountable legal obstacles.
It’s important that when certain incidents occur within our society, we take, at a bare minimum, a moment to recognize and validate the experiences of our fellow humans. Most recently, we have seen disgusting, disrespectful, and deadly acts against members of our Asian community.
Today, the Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Company (CFSIC) announced that it has broken ground on its first condominium remediation project - the Willington Ridge Condominium Association! This is a 34-unit, 6-building condominium association. As of last Friday, CFSIC has helped put 291 families in their homes over the past two years.