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Affordability of Governor’s Transportation Plan Questioned

October 22, 2015

Connecticut’s lingering budget problems are prompting questions about whether the state can afford Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed 20-year, $100 billion plan to overhaul aging roads, bridges and rail lines. Despite calls to put “people before projects” — a phrase used by family members of the intellectually disabled who are worried about Malloy’s mid-year budget cuts to human services — the Democratic governor is standing by his massive initiative. He contends people don’t understand how years of underinvesting in transportation have harmed the state economically.

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Hampton Receives CMS 2015 Legislative Recognition Award

October 20, 2015

At the 223rd Annual Meeting of the Connecticut State Medical Society, CSMS President Robert Russo, MD presented a Legislative Recognition Award to Simsbury’s State Representative John K. Hampton.

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Hampton Named CTLCV 2015 Legislative Champion

October 13, 2015

Representative Hampton was named a 2015 Legislative Champion by the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) for his environmental advocacy this year. Rep. Hampton has earned a lifetime environmental score of 96% from the organization.

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