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“Hartford initiative provides money for legal representation for residents facing deportation”. Featured in the Hartford Courant. Click here to view the full article.

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Identidad Latina – 12/18/21

Morning Talk LIVE with J. Stan McCauley – 12/16/21

“61 Segundo de Noticias: Noviembre 26” 

Hartford city council member Wildaliz Bermudez resigns, names likely Working Families Party replacement

Hartford City Council Votes To Change ‘Columbus Day’ to ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day’
– NBC CT

Opinion: To truly recover from the coronavirus pandemic in Connecticut, we must all recover. An Op-Ed by Hartford City Councilors Wildaliz Bermudez & AJ Johnson

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OTHER NEWS

Hartford will add housing inspectors to handle complaints about landlords and neglected properties” Featured in the Hartford Courant

“Hartford passes $584 million budget that will increase police officer pay, add 24 new city positions”

“Council majority rejects proposal to cut $12M from Hartford police budget next year”

“University Of Saint Joseph Presents Civil Rights Film Series”

“Recovery For All” Coalition Seeks $3B In New Revenue To Address The “2 Connecticuts”

“CONCEJALES MICHTOM-BERMÚDEZ DICEN CONTRATO ENTRE MALLY ROSADO KENNELLY ES UNA FORMA ILEGAL DE DESPERDICIAR EL DINERO DE LOS CONTRIBUYENTES”

Councilman Josh Michtom on Morning TALK Live with J. Stan McCauley

Hartford councilman alleges John Kennelly’s appointment as council legal advisor violates city rules

Connecticut State Police head backs legal marijuana in departure from local chiefs who remain opposed

Vaccines, Variants, and More: What we need to know now

JOHN KENNELLY ES CIEGO, SORDO Y MUDO A CUESTIONAMIENTOS DEL CONCEJAL JOSH MICHTOM

Hartford’s city council Democrats have paid John Kennelly, politically-connected attorney, for legal advice

Hartford City Council President Maly Rosado receives applause from outgoing Hartford City Clerk John Bazzano during her swearing in at Hartford City Hall on Jan. 6, 2020. (Michael McAndrews / Hartford Courant)

Letter: West Hartford Student Helps Community Organizations

Councilwoman Bermudez receives Amistad Award for her work in political activism

Residents, city council members protest “deadpool” text from Hartford Police detective


Rally in Hartford calls for increased police accountability


‘Dead Pool’: Morbid Invitation Leads To Discipline For Hartford Police


Hartford detective disciplined for proposed “dead pool”


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Josh and Tiana Winter Recap

Hello Hartford! We hope you all are staying warm and enjoying all of the great activity happening around our city at this time of the year. Here’s an update on what we have been up to, as well as some more events and opportunities we hope you will help us share! Since she officially joinedContinue reading “Josh and Tiana Winter Recap”

Wiz & Josh Year-end Recap

Thank you Wildaliz & welcome Tiana, the work continues! This month our Council team would like to reflect on Councilwoman Wildaliz Bermúdez and all that she has done for our city and our community. We would also like to introduce Tiana Hercules, Wildaliz’s personal recommendation, endorsed by WFP, to replace her on Hartford City Council.Continue reading “Wiz & Josh Year-end Recap”

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