Rep. Terry B. Adams joined his colleagues today in voting for bipartisan legislation, approving a state agreement with Lockheed Martin to keep Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft's operations and headquarters in Connecticut until at least 2032.
Rep. Terry Adams joined his legislative colleagues representing Stamford in stepping up the fight against a spate of gun-related incidents this year, urging immediate action while suggesting a number of crime-busting strategies of their own.
Rep. Terry Adams helps cut the ribbon for the opening of Rogers International Inter-District Magnet School in Stamford. Adams and his colleagues secured $62 million in state funding for construction of the school.
I am pleased to announce the Senate has passed a pedestrian bill that I have championed for, HB 5403, An Act Increasing Penalties For Failure To Yield To Pedestrians In Crosswalks And Failure To Exercise Due Care To Avoid Hitting A Pedestrian Or Cyclist.