House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz recognized six middle schools students from Berlin and Southington for being the top participants in an essay contest sponsored by the state lawmaker. The winners and finalists visited the State Capitol in Hartford where they were able to speak with Rep. Aresimowicz about their ideas and were presented with official citations from the General Assembly. (Left to Right) Jake Camacho, Gianna Uba, Caitlyn Lennehan, Rep. Aresimowicz, Megan Wadman, Griffin Prushinski, and Anneliese Baillargeon in the House Chamber of the State Capitol. 

Local Middle Schoolers Recognized For Civics Essays

July 28, 2016

Joe Aresimowicz recognized six middle school students from Berlin and Southington for being the top participants in an essay contest he sponsored.

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House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz with Dr. Thomas Farquhar, Legislative Co-Chair of the Radiological Society of Connecticut, at the Legislative Office Building.  

Radiology Society Honors Aresimowicz

July 12, 2016

Majority Leader Aresimowicz was honored by the Radiological Society of Connecticut for his advocacy of legislation that will enable policymakers to closely track the access of patients to needed imaging and radiology services.

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(Left to Right) John Emra, President, AT&T Connecticut, House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz (D-Berlin/Southington), Berlin High School Student Upbeat Members, Abby Jewett, Regional Vice President, AT&T Connecticut, and Jack Rudy, Executive Director of the Berlin High School Upbeat Peer Leadership Program, at Berlin High School.  

AT&T Awards $5,000 Grant To Berlin Youth Leadership Program

July 6, 2016

Berlin High School’s Upbeat Peer Leadership Program has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the AT&T Foundation to support its leadership training weekend scheduled for September at Camp Woodstock.

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Aresimowicz Applauds Veto Session

June 20, 2016

Majority Leader Aresimowicz voted, along with his colleagues in the House, to overturn five of the eight bills that were vetoed by Governor Malloy. While only three of the vetoes were overturned by both the House and Senate, Aresimowicz is encouraged by the action the House took on the bills.

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