Half of the funds raised at the event will be put towards Natchaug’s commitment to promote early detection and treatment of mental illness.
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“The commission has found that firearms of significant lethality can be legally obtained without permit and without registration,” the report states. “According to the Connecticut State Police, there are approximately 1.4 million registered firearms in the State of Connecticut, and possibly up to 2 million unregistered firearms.”
“Further complicating the matter was that, upon investigation, it turned out that the Operations Plan filed with the state was neither approved by the Windham Board of Education, as required, nor did it include a variety of language changes that were approved by Windham’s Board of Education.” – Jonathan Pelto
Police say the officers confronted the man and ordered him to set the hatchet down. When the man did not comply, police say, “One Willmantic Officer utilized his assigned Taser unit on the male subject without success.”
The program will be run through the Red Sox Foundation and help fund a soon-to-be-formed scholarship program for Connecticut public high school students who demonstrate academic talent, financial need and a commitment to community service.
“This is the right thing to do, and it reinforces the need for Connecticut to update its workers compensation laws to include psychological as well as physical trauma. That’s why the Labor Committee just approved a bill that would cover instances of psychological harm in the future.” – CT Sen. Cathy Osten, Labor & Public Employees Committee Chair