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June 8, 2005
CANDELARIA HAILS HOUSE PASSAGE OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM BILL
State Representative Juan Candelaria is pleased to announce passage of groundbreaking campaign finance reform legislation from the state House of Representatives. READ MORE

June 7, 2005
REP. CANDELARIA HAILS HOUSE PASSAGE OF BUDGET
Budget deal means millions for New Haven
State Representative Juan Candelaria announced House passage of a state budget deal that will yield millions in state aid for New Haven. The budget, which was approved by a vote of 100 to 50, earmarks for New Haven $188,647,273 in statutory grants (ECS, PILOT, TAR) - more than $7,260,124 above the current fiscal year’s appropriation. READ MORE

June 2, 2005
REP. CANDELARIA: BILL TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO FREE AND REDUCED COST PRESCRIPTION DRUGS PASSES HOUSE
Also Creates a Pharmacy Outreach Program
State Representative Juan Candelaria is pleased to announce passage of a prescription drug bill, House Bill 6854, from the State House of Representatives. Rep. Candelaria supported the bill, which would create patient assistance programs and discount drug cards from pharmaceutical companies. READ MORE

April 20, 2005
REP. CANDELARIA SUPPORTS DEMOCRATIC BUDGET
Says the Democratic budget proposal could provide more aid for New Haven
State Representative Juan Candelaria recently joined fellow members of the General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee to announce adjustments to Governor Rell’s original 2006 Budget proposal. READ MORE

March 3, 2005
BLACK AND PUERTO-RICAN CAUCUS URGE RELL TO RETHINK THE DEATH PENALTY
State Representative Juan Candelaria joined fellow members of the Black and Puerto Rican Caucus to urge the Governor to rethink her position on the Death Penalty.
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March 2, 2005
HOUSE PASSES EXTENSION OF “HUSKY” ADULT HEALTH INSURANCE
State Representative Juan Candelaria today applauded the House of Representatives’ approval of legislation extending HUSKY medical benefits to 13,000 adults with incomes 150% of the poverty level. READ MORE