David Baram
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Legislative Office Building, Room 5006
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
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Current News & Issues

April 17, 2015
WARMER TEMPS ARE BACK ALONG WITH DEER TICKS
We will be hosting a Lyme Disease Awareness and Prevention Forum, Tuesday, May 5, from 10 a.m. to noon in Room 1B of the Legislative Office Building (LOB) in Hartford and we are urging everyone to attend. A panel of experts will focus on the prevention of Lyme disease, educating potential victims and updating the extent of treatments. READ MORE
April 2, 2015
EXPANDING NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE ACT
Noting the importance of non-profit organizations and the contributions they make to communities, Rep. David Baram co-authored an op-ed news article that calls for the expansion of the Neighborhood Assistance Act. READ MORE
March 24, 2015
REP. BARAM SPEAKS OUT ON CONSUMER FRAUD ISSUES
Rep. David Baram, the House chair of the legislature’s General Law Committee, and Sen. Carlo Leone, the Senate committee chair, talked about consumer fraud issues during a forum organized by AARP Connecticut at the Legislative Office Building.
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March 17, 2015
FORUM FOCUSES ON CONSUMER FRAUD ISSUES
Sen. Carlo Leone and Rep. David Baram, co-chairs of the legislature’s General Law Committee, have announced that the committee will hold an educational forum on consumer fraud issues at 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 20, at the State Capitol.
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March 13, 2015
SMART START HELPS WINDSOR EXPAND PRE-K
Windsor receives the largest sum of money – $600,000 for 60 additional students in four classrooms – from the Smart Start initiative recently announced by Governor Dannel Malloy. READ MORE
March 6, 2015
STATE GRANT HELPS WINDSOR MANUFACTURER EXPAND
With help from state officials, precision manufacturer Leipold Inc., the Windsor–based division of internationally known Leipold Gmbh, will be expanding its Connecticut operation and increasing employment by up to fifty percent over the next two years. The company plans on increasing its plant size from 15,000 to 35,000 square feet, and hire and train up to 20 new employees. Representatives David Baram and Peggy Sayers are thrilled about the expansion and write about it in their newest op-ed article. READ MORE
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