Julia Bergman, Stamford Advocate

Julia Bergman

Stamford Advocate

New London, CT, United States

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Recent articles by Julia:

Hours after FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago, Trump joins CT candidate Levy in tele-rally

Donald Trump, who spoke for about five minutes, made no mention of the FBI search during the rally for . → Read More

Treasurer candidate goes after Purdue Pharma, spotlights son’s death from fentanyl

Dita Bhargava, whose campaign for state Treasurer has centered on investing in companies... → Read More

CT releases names of marijuana businesses given initial approval

Insa CT, The Cannabis Garden, and The Flower House are just a few of the 16 applicants selected to be among the first to grow cannabis in Connecticut. → Read More

TV ads, staff and a dancing troupe: A look at fundraising and spending by the Lamont, Stefanowski campaigns so far

Gov. Ned Lamont has not shown any desire to avoid spending some of his fortune on his... → Read More

One CT community only allows smoking weed in public on a sidewalk. Other towns are less clear on rules.

Local officials have been slow or have yet to establish rules regarding public... → Read More

After Roe, concern over menstrual tracking apps and data privacy abound: ‘It is absolutely a risk’

Almost as soon as the Supreme Court ruling came down overturning Roe v. Wade, people who... → Read More

Is CT the next Iowa? Democratic officials pitching for state to vote early in 2024 presidential primaries

If selected, Connecticut Democrats could have greater influence over their party’s pick... → Read More

Longtime Mohegan chief Lynn Malerba to be named U.S. Treasurer

Lynn Malerba became the first female chief in Mohegan’s modern history when appointed... → Read More

It’s official: CT candidates can start spending campaign money on child care

State law limits how much campaign money candidates can spend on child care. → Read More

Connecticut’s diesel tax set to increase by 9.1 cents

The new tax rate takes effect July 1, the start of the new fiscal year. → Read More

Former CT Gov. Malloy: Texas school shooting ‘eerily similar’ to Sandy Hook

For Malloy, like many others, the details of the shooting at Robb Elementary School are... → Read More

Bob Stefanowski says he would not change CT’s abortion law if elected governor

Connecticut GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski breaks silence on his stance on... → Read More

CT retail cannabis applications surge to 15,000 before deadline

The deadline to apply for a cannabis retail license in Connecticut closed at midnight Wednesday. → Read More

Latino group pushes Lamont to back Santiago for secretary of the state

“The top of the ticket has to look like a cross-section of the population,” Rep.... → Read More

Juvenile justice, cannabis gifting, lollipops: Many bills hanging on last day of session for CT lawmakers

HARTFORD — As the final day of the 2022 General Assembly began, hundreds of bills... → Read More

If Roe is overturned, many fear that more than just abortion rights would be at risk

‘It’s impossible to see how those rights could be upheld consistently with his... → Read More

Funding to help children in Connecticut domestic violence cases

A bill approved last week will fund 18 child advocates in Connecticut to provide services... → Read More

Bipartisan juvenile justice bill passes in CT House of Reps

A provision that would give judges latitude to order GPS monitoring was the center of a... → Read More

CT death notification bill will help Lauren Smith-Fields’ family ‘sleep a little better at night’

Inspired by the deaths of two Bridgeport women, a bill requiring authorities to notify... → Read More

New Haven’s Vanessa Avery first Black female US attorney for CT

Vanessa Avery, who serves as an associate attorney general in Attorney General William... → Read More