Police Accountability Legislation Announced

July 10, 2020

The bill spans over 60 pages and covers over 40 sections, all related to police accountability and transparency as we respond to this moment. It builds upon some of the work that was done in 2015 , in 2017 and again last year to keep Connecticut at the forefront of reform.

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Time To Apply For Internships At Capitol

September 9, 2019

The Connecticut General Assembly's internship program is now accepting applications! This is a great opportunity for college students from New Haven interested in learning about our legislative process and enhancing their career choices.

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Dalio Foundation's Education Pledge To CT

April 8, 2019

Rep. Toni Walker, co-chair of the legislature's Appropriations Committee, welcomed the Dalio Foundation’s pledge to donate $100 million toward Connecticut’s schools but said the donation also poses complicated questions regarding the state budget.

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Walker Welcomes Students To The Capitol

April 4, 2019

This week I welcomed to the Legislative Office Building students from the East Rock Record, a team of middle school students who work with high school and college student mentors to write and host press conferences on pressing issues in their communities.

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Legislators Examining Lamont Budget Plan

February 21, 2019

Governor Ned Lamont presented his biennial budget proposal yesterday and as legislators our job now is to analyze it, meet with state, local officials – and especially the people of New Haven – to discuss the governor’s ideas and ultimately decide what changes have to be made so the final budget draft truly meets the state’s needs.

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