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Honoring Waterbury Lives Lost In Tragedy

April 25, 2017

I was honored to host Waterbury’s 30th anniversary observance of the tragic L’Ambiance Plaza building collapse in Bridgeport that claimed the lives of 28 workers, including many from Waterbury. The names of those who lost their lives were read at the observance today at Veterans Memorial Hall in City Hall in Waterbury.

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Butler Joins Groups Opposing Program Cuts

March 24, 2017

Rep. Larry Butler joined his legislative colleagues and advocates of Connecticut's community action agency network to oppose Governor Dannel Malloy's proposed cuts in the state's human services programs and President Trump's proposed cuts in federal programs.

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A New Website For Financing Of College

March 8, 2017

A partnership of state agencies has launched CT Dollars & Sense, a new on-line portal that provides one website for Connecticut students and parents to find out how to plan, save and pay for college.

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House Approves CT Pension Agreement

February 1, 2017

I voted for the agreement to restructure the state’s long-term pension payment obligations because it will give us more predictability for balancing the state budget and meeting our long-term obligations to Connecticut’s workers in the coming years. -- Larry

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