Majority Leader Aresimowicz, Rep. Noujaim Discuss Connecticut Manufacturing

January 27, 2016

House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz (D-30) recently met with State Representative Selim Noujaim (R-74) during a tour of Noujaim Tool Co. Inc. in Waterbury that was followed by a discussion about legislative priorities and ways to assist Connecticut manufacturers.

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AARP Connecticut, Legislators Release Survey Results of Connecticut Voters on Workplace Retirement Savings Plans

January 21, 2016

House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz (D-30), Senate President Martin Looney (D-11) and Connecticut State Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo, joined AARP Connecticut for the release of results from a new AARP survey among Connecticut voters, age 35-64, about workplace retirement savings plans. John Erlingheuser, advocacy director, AARPCT, shared the results from A Common Sense Approach: The 2016 Connecticut Work and Save Plan, a survey of 1,000 voters conducted by the AARP Public Policy Institute.

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The Passing of Rep. Terry Backer Of Stratford

December 15, 2015

"Terry Backer was a great friend and dedicated public servant. Working with him as a freshman legislator on energy and environmental issues, I was in awe of his passion with which he used to fight for the things he cared so deeply about. Terry never lost that passion, even while courageously battling his illness. The Connecticut General Assembly has lost one of its very best."

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Andrea Barton Reeves (left), President and CEO of HARC, Inc. and Heather Gates (right), President and CEO of Community Health Resources, presented Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz with the 2015 CCAP Community Champion Award at the Hartford Marriott Downtown on Thursday, December 3rd.

CCPA Community Champion

December 4, 2015

Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz has been named a ‘2015 Community Champion’ by the Connecticut Community Providers Association (CCPA). Aresimowicz was recognized for his continued support and efforts on behalf of non-profit community providers who serve Connecticut’s most vulnerable citizens.

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