State Rep. Mike D'Agostino urges support for House Bill 5458, "An Act Concerning the Regulation of the Retail Sale of Marijuana," during a press conference on March 15. The proposed legislation outlines the definitions necessary for the legal cultivation, distribution, retail sales and consumer use of marijuana.
State Rep. Mike D'Agostino joined local union workers during a rally to defend the right to collectively bargain.
During an interview with the Connecticut Bar Association, state Rep. Mike D'Agostino discusses his new role as chairman of the legislature's General Law Committee and why he became a state representative.
State Rep. Mike D'Agostino discusses a proposal that would regulate the recreational use of marijuana for adults during a General Law Committee meeting Feb. 15.
State Rep. Mike D’Agostino and members of the legislature’s General Law Committee voted Feb. 15 to hold a public hearing on draft language that would permit and regulate marijuana for adult use in Connecticut.
State Rep. Mike D'Agostino has been named House chairman of the legislature's General Law Committee. D'Agostino said he will use this platform as a way to advocate for policies that will propel Connecticut forward.
The State Bond Commission approved $500,000 in bonding Nov. 29 for the building of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy at Hamden High School. The bonding will be used for the renovation of existing classrooms with electrical and telecommunications updates, building modifications, the purchase of specialized lab tables, biomedical core technologies and equipment, engineering core technologies and equipment, high capacity computers, printers and interactive displays.
Commending his advocacy for protecting the state’s trees, the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters named state Rep. Mike D’Agostino to its 2017 Legislative Champions Hall of Fame.