CT Regents To Allow Armed Security On Junior College Campuses; Big Win For Those With HIV; NY Train Crash Victim’s Husband Speaks Out; Economy Gains Jobs
Things you need to know on December 4.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.
- The Connecticut Board of Regents gave the nod to a proposal that will allow armed security on community college campuses in the state. CBSlocal.com
- It's being hailed as a major breakthrough for people living with HIV. Prudential Insurance Company of America is breaking ground, becoming the first major insurance company to offer life insurance to people with HIV. LAtimes.com
- The husband of a woman killed in a crash at a railroad crossing in New York State, is calling for improved safety measures. Alan Brody's wife Ellen and five others died when her car was struck by a Metro-North train. Federal authorities haven't released their final report on the cause of the crash. lohud.com
- Winding down 2015 on a slightly better note.The U.S. economy created 211-thousand new jobs in October. The Labor Department also reported the unemployment rate held steady at a seven year-low of five percent.
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