CWCS in the News 2017:

The Toxic Connection between Mass Murder and Domestic Violence by Christine Palm (CT News Junkie, 11/13/2017)

Life After Loss: Coping with Death of My Spouse a Year Later by Christy Kovel (Hartford Courant, 11/10/2017)

Senate Passes Bill To Strengthen Penalties For Sex Trafficking Of Minors (Hartford Courant, 5/26/2017)

Disturbing Number Of Young Children Suspended Connecticut Schools (Hartford Courant, 5/21/2017)

Minorities, Children with Autism at Greater Risk of Drowning; Legislative Response Launched (CT By the Numbers, 5/16/2017)

Lavielle appointed to low-income families working group (The Hour, 5/13/2017)

New health care act would wreak havoc on women, children, older adults (CT Mirror, 5/11/2017)

Malloy Nominates Two Women To State’s Appellate Court (Hartford Courant, 5/6/2017)

Quinnipiac University students provide training to recognize signs of human trafficking (My Record Journal, 4/18/2017)

Tamer Pay Equity Bill Clears House (CTNewsJunkie, 4/12/2017)

Human Trafficking Bill Would Increase Penalties, Impact Motels (Hartford Courant, 3/27/2017)

Connecticut advocates seek better awareness of Safe Haven laws after baby’s body found (New Haven Register, 3/24/2017)

Local Journalist Gretchen Carlson Headlines Annual Women’s Event (Danbury Patch, 3/20/2017)

Shoreline Village seniors in Branford help each other live independently (New Haven Register, 3/11/2017)

Paid Family Leave Legislation Clears First Hurdle (CT News Junkie, 3/10/2017)

Crandall Honored in Hartford (Norwich Bulletin, 3/8/2017)

Malloy Wants State To Make Up Difference If Feds Cut Planned Parenthood Funding (Hartford Courant, 3/7/2017)

Creating a Community of Emotional Learning in Connecticut (Yale News, 2/15/2017)

Connecticut had 201 referrals for sex trafficking of minors in 2016, amid a ‘lucrative market’ (New Haven Register, 2/4/2017)

Greenwich Case: Coming To Terms With Sexual Assault (Hartford Courant, 1/22/2017)

Connecticut’s hotel employees to be trained in spotting signs of human trafficking (FOX 61, 1/19/2017)

Paid family leave debate continues in Connecticut (CT Post, 1/15/2017)

Connecticut lawmaker’s proposal goes after buyers of sex, adding new felony charges (New Haven Register, 1/15/2017)

A new senior living option for Darien? (Darien Times, 1/5/2017)

Concussions on the brain: Pushing for more research on women (The Daily Mail, 1/1/2017)

CWCS in the News 2016:

Families who rely on Connecticut Care 4 Kids in danger of losing services (Middletown Press, 12/12/2016)

Lawmakers vow to restore childcare benefits (Record Journal, 12/12/2016)

A push for ‘aging in place’ (Darien News, 12/7/2016)

Lawmakers, Policy Experts Tackle deficit for Popular Childcare Subsidy Program (CTNewsJunkie, 12/8/2016)

Thousands will be left out of “Care4Kids” program (WTNH, 12/7/2016)

Cuts to Care 4 Kids Program Will Cost the State in the Long-Run (WNPR, 12/7/2016)

Commission on Women, Children and Seniors Care4Kids Forum (CTN, 12/7/2016)

Women Remain Under-Represented in the Legislature (Hartford Courant, 11/30/2016)

Speaking Out: Voices of Sexual Harassment and Assault (WNPR 11/1/2016)

Study faults state’s paid sick leave mandate (Record Journal, 8/8/2016)

CT’s Fight Against Human Trafficking (C-HIT, 8-9-2016)

Connecticut Moves Toward Eradicating Human Trafficking in Hotels and Motels with New Law (Polaris, 8/5/2016)

Consolidated Legislative Commissions Get Back To Work (CT News Junkie, 7/27/2016)

Jettisoning the Minority Community (CT Law Tribune, 7/25/2016)

Combined state commission has same goals (Journal Inquirer, 7/5/2016)

{Video} New commission serving women, children, and seniors taking shape (WTNH, 4/4/2016)

New Commission Serving Women, Children Taking Shape (Associated Press, 7/4/2016)

Newly formed legislative commissions begin operation (Hartford Business Journal, 7/1/2016)

Six State Commissions, Victims of Budget Consolidations, Disappear After Decades-Long Record of Achievement (CT By the Numbers, 6/9/2016)