Governor Lamont has presented his budget proposal and for the next few months Representative Haddad will work with colleagues to examine it, negotiate the necessary changes and ultimately pass a final budget that meets the needs of Connecticut.
House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz announced today that he will reappoint Rep. Gregg Haddad to another term as House chairman of the legislature’s Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee when the General Assembly’s 2019 session begins Wednesday, Jan. 9.
“We should be proud that UConn remains a top 25 rated public university. Connecticut residents can get a world-class education at a relatively affordable cost," Rep. Gregg Haddad, House chairman of the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee, said when US News announced that UConn now ranked 22 on the list of top public universities in the nation.
Recognizing students at Mansfield Middle School, Rep. Gregg Haddad presented an official General Assembly Citation recently to them for organizing a “walk-in” demonstration to call attention to the need for more school safety after 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., in February.
Rep. Gregg Haddad announces the approval of a $3 million state grant to Mansfield for the Four Corners Sanitary Sewer Project. The grant was requested by the Town of Mansfield and is the culmination of years of efforts by our local and state elected officials.