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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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Bipartisan budget overwhelmingly approved in Legislature

October 26, 2017

After months of negotiations, Democrats and Republicans have overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan budget that steadies Connecticut's financial footing, spurs economic development, and restores millions of dollars to municipalities, our schools and core state services.

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GOP fails to override governor's budget veto; now is the time for a bipartisan agreement

October 3, 2017

After the state House of Representatives met Oct. 3 to consider overriding the veto of the GOP-backed budget, the Republicans refused to call the question for a vote. Now, it is time for us to work together and compromise with the governor and the Republicans to reach a bipartisan agreement on a final budget. To move Connecticut forward, we need to adopt a spending package that invests in our workforce, makes long-term structural changes, and provides municipalities with additional budget flexibility.

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Republican budget would have devastating effects on Bridgeport and its economy

September 18, 2017

The Republicans' two-year budget is unbalanced, relies on unrealistic savings, and contains devastating cuts to higher education. Their spending package would also inflict turmoil by slashing the vital services and programs that our most vulnerable residents rely on. I strongly opposed their spending proposal and voted "No" because I believe this budget is bad for Bridgeport and contradicts Connecticut's core values.

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