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Helping Bridgeport become a recognized leader in renewable energy

June 6, 2017

Legislation that will pave the way for Bridgeport to become a national model for the reuse of waste heat passed out of the House of Representatives Tuesday in a 100-51 vote. House Bill 6304 seeks to establish a pilot program in Bridgeport to test-drive thermal district heating technology.

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Bridgeport receives funding for city projects

May 12, 2017

State Rep. Andre Baker and the Bridgeport legislative delegation are pleased to announce the approval of funding for various projects in Bridgeport. Bridgeport received over $6 million for various projects including continuing renovations to Housatonic Community College, a grant for Southwest Community Health Center and improvements to the public library. The House of Representatives also passed the mixed-martial arts and boxing bill that will help bring events to the city, and the pension bill that will save city taxpayers millions of dollars on pensions.

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Bridgeport Day

March 29, 2017

Please join us for Bridgeport Day at the State Capitol! It is always a successful event that lets us highlight our city and promote visits to our family friendly attractions.

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Special Interest “Dark Money”

March 28, 2017

The Legislature’s GAE Committee voted on a bill to shine a spotlight on dark money in political campaigns. Transparency is our guiding principle. The unending flow of dark money undermines the Connecticut's Citizens' Election Program. CEP was specifically designed to keep outside money out of our elections.

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