CURRENT NEWS

Legislative Update 1/20

January 20, 2023

I hope you and your family have been staying warm and healthy. The legislative session is underway, and I have been working to craft legislation that will benefit our community.

Below you will find a review of my work in my committees, my support of HUSKY IMMIGRANTS, and information about a citywide celebration for Dr. King.

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Need Help Paying Your Energy Bill?

January 19, 2023

As we continue to pursue more long-term solutions to reduce rising costs of energy, I wanted to make you aware of an upcoming outreach event to help residents access critical financial assistance from United Illuminating (UI) and Southern Connecticut Gas (SCG), through the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP), the Community Renewal Team (CRT) and Operation Fuel. 

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Rep. Delany Legislative Update 12/27

December 27, 2022

The holiday season is here and the new year is fast approaching. Whether you have been at home or abroad, alone or with loved ones, I hope that your holidays have been filled with love, warmth, and cheer.

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New Laws Taking Effect in the New Year

December 20, 2022

As we prepare to ring in the new year and welcome the start of 2023, a number of laws passed will take effect when the clock strikes midnight on January 1st!
 
These laws mark the tireless work put in by my colleagues and me throughout the 2021 and 2022 Legislative Sessions to address your concerns and make necessary changes in Hartford.

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CareerConneCT Expands Intake Portal

December 16, 2022

Great news! CareerConneCT is expanding its intake portal. The goal of CareerConneCT is to provide underemployed and unemployed Connecticut residents with resources and training necessary for the pursuit of a well-paying, high-quality career path. The program provides free job training, case management, supportive services, and employment assistance.

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Improving Fiscal Outlook for Connecticut

December 7, 2022

I am pleased to report that responsible budgeting and major structural changes made to pension and teachers' retirement plans are putting Connecticut on much more solid fiscal ground and saving taxpayers billions in debt payments.

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