Douglas McCrory
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 4053
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Douglas.McCrory@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
235 Blue Hills Avenue
Hartford, CT 06112
(860) 560-0242

Current News & Issues

January 13, 2016
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HARTFORD STUDENTS
I was at Hartford Public High School celebrating the launch of the Hartford Promise. This amazing program offers four-year $20,000 college scholarships for Hartford high school students who meet certain criteria. READ MORE

Rep. Doug McCrory

December 22, 2015
BEST POINTED OUT REAL PROBLEM
I submitted a letter to the editor to the Hartford Courant with fellow Minority Teacher Recruitment Task Force member, Andrea Comer, in response to an incident which occurred at a recent task force meeting. READ MORE

Rep. Doug McCrory

October 7, 2015
REP. MCCRORY URGES COMMUNITY TO ATTEND SECOND CHANCE SOCIETY FORUM
Rep. McCrory is asking Hartford residents to attend an upcoming community forum on the Second Chance Society bill on Wednesday, October 21st at the Artists Collective. Members of the public will have the opportunity to learn more about the Second Chance Society initiative and can ask any questions that they might have. READ MORE

Rep. Doug McCrory

September 24, 2015
REP. McCRORY EARNS PERFECT SCORE FROM STATE ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters gave Rep. McCrory a 100% on their 2015 scorecard for his perfect record of supporting key pieces of environmental legislation this session. READ MORE

Rep. Doug McCrory

July 10, 2015
REP. MCCRORY ON-HAND FOR “SECOND CHANCE SOCIETY” BILL SIGNING
Rep. McCrory was glad to be present when Governor Dannel Malloy signed what has come to be known as the “Second Chance Society Bill” into law. The legislation helps nonviolent offenders reenter society and calls for reduced penalties for drug possession. READ MORE

Rep. Doug McCrory

July 1, 2015
REP. MCRORY APPLAUDS NEW ELECTION MONITOR FOR CAPITAL CITY
Rep. McCrory and the rest of the Hartford House delegation are pleased that an election monitor will serve the City of Hartford until January 1, 2017. This election monitor will be charged with detecting and preventing any problems concerning election management and procedure and will report any issues directly to the Secretary of the State. READ MORE

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