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Honoring the 2017 class of Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame inductees

December 7, 2017

This week, 11 veterans representing 10 of the state’s municipalities were inducted into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame. These veterans not only continue to inspire us through education, public service, volunteer activities and community leadership but they have also left a lasting legacy of service.The Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame honors exactly these types of heroes – those who served their country and have now dedicated themselves to their community through public service.

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Bridgeport moves closer to becoming a national model for the reuse of waste heat

October 30, 2017

Under the bipartisan $41.3 billion state budget passed Oct. 26, a pilot program will be established for the development and construction of a combined heat and power facility that will provide waste heat for a thermal heating loop in downtown Bridgeport.

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Republican budget would have devastating effects on Bridgeport and its residents

September 19, 2017

The Republicans' two-year budget is unbalanced, relies on unrealistic savings and contains significant cuts to higher education. Their spending package would also slash vital services and programs that our most vulnerable residents rely on. I stood in opposition to their budget proposal and voted "No" because not only does this spending plan hurt our most vulnerable residents, but it also contradicts Connecticut's fundamental values.

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Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame accepting nominations for 2017 class

September 1, 2017

The Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for the 2017 class. The awardees will join the 126 current and former citizens of Connecticut that have been inducted to date.

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