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Abortion rights activists clad in green and carrying green signs protest outside the Supreme Court on Saturday.
Brandon Bell
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The shade associated with the reproductive rights movement can be traced to Argentina, where a growing number of activists were pushing for the government to legalize abortion.
 Gov. Ned Lamont holding his first press conference in the LOB atrium since the arrival of COVID-19 two years ago.
Gov. Ned Lamont directed state agencies Friday to waive credit and debit card transaction fees for the fiscal year that begins July 1, a move that would save residents and businesses $6 million over the coming 12 months.
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In Shekhinah Speaks, poet Joy Ladin gives voice to the divine feminine side of God
Pat Summitt
June 23 marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, federal legislation that requires gender equity in education, including sports. Commentator Martha Ackmann reflects on the legacy of that landmark ruling, and one woman who changed the game.
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A police officer and paramedic give first aid to a woman wounded by the Russian shelling at a crowded shopping mall in Kremenchuk, central Ukraine, on Monday.
Efrem Lukatsky
Scores of civilians were feared killed or wounded in the city of Kremenchuk. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a Telegram post that the number of victims was "unimaginable."