Jordan Fenster, Stamford Advocate

Jordan Fenster

Stamford Advocate

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

Curaleaf, nation's largest cannabis retailer, to expand in CT

Curaleaf already has a presence in Connecticut, but the company is planning to grow quite... → Read More

Struggling CT hemp farmers feeling 'left out' of state's cannabis plans

Connecticut's three-year-old hemp industry is suffering. Farmers see legal weed as a way to be profitable again but feel "left out" of the process. → Read More

Oath Keepers list includes hundreds from CT; 15 law enforcement, military, first responders

The ADL released analysis showing 15 military, law enforcement, first responders... → Read More

As school year starts, CT colleges at risk for monkeypox, experts say

College dorms, like all communal living spaces, are well suited to the spread of... → Read More

15 dogs from flood-ravaged Kentucky coming to CT, to be put up for adoption

Flood waters separated people from their pets in Kentucky, which left little room in... → Read More

27 of 2000 monkeypox doses distributed so far in CT

Of the more than 2,000 monkeypox vaccine doses that have been shipped to Connecticut,only... → Read More

Live updates: Alex Jones' Sandy Hook defamation trial in Texas

Get live updates as they happen in the defamation damages trial in Austin, Texas, involving Sandy Hook parents and Infowars host Alex Jones. → Read More

Monkeypox vaccines won’t be coming to Connecticut just yet

The White House announced increased distribution of monkeypox vaccine, but Connecticut, which has not seen any cases yet, is not on the list. → Read More

After Roe, could contraception, same-sex marriage be next?

The U.S. Supreme Court was not unanimous in its assertion that overturning Roe won’t... → Read More

6 Connecticut counties at ‘high risk’ of COVID transmission, CDC says

Six of Connecticut’s eight counties are considered as having high risk of COVID... → Read More

Former longtime Wilton state Sen. Toni Boucher running again for 26th District

Toni Boucher, a Republican, was in the state senate for 10 years before losing to... → Read More

How ecstasy and psilocybin could be used to treat mental health issues in CT

A proposed bill has taken a step forward in Connecticut that would allow the use of... → Read More

What happens when COVID relief funds run out in Connecticut?

If Congress does not make new funding available, experts say COVID mitigation and testing... → Read More

Fourth COVID vaccine doses in CT? Not yet, experts say

Connecticut health experts say not to expect the CDC to approve additional COVID vaccine... → Read More

Can mono lead to multiple sclerosis? CT researchers examine link and what it means for COVID

Connecticut research suggests a link between autoimmune disorders, like multiple... → Read More

After slow start, omicron subvariant may be rising in Connecticut, Yale researcher says

BA.2, a relative of the omicron variant believed to be 30 percent more transmissible,... → Read More

'Rather get COVID now': Why CT doctors say patient outcomes have changed

What’s the difference between getting COVID now and catching the virus last year? → Read More

Why Connecticut formed task force to study 'magic' mushrooms

A task force comprised of academics, lawmakers and officials has been convened to study... → Read More

Judicial branch: No marijuana allowed in CT courts

A notice on the state judicial branch website warns that cannabis may not be brought into... → Read More

Nearly 20,000 third COVID doses already administered in CT, official says

While the FDA on Friday voted against widespread COVID boosters, Connecticut has already... → Read More