Roberta Willis
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 1802
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Roberta.Willis@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
PO Box 1733
30 Upland Meadow Road
Lakeville, CT 06039-1733

Current News & Issues

July 23, 2014
KENT, CORNWALL AWARDED STEAP FUNDING
Rep. Roberta Willis is pleased to have secured STEAP funding for Kent and Cornwall for projects that otherwise might not be undertaken. READ MORE

July 10, 2014
A 'SECRET CORNER' POLITICIAN FEUDS WITH TELECOMS
State Rep. Roberta Willis treks to Hartford from the state's most sprawling district, stretching from Kent up through Sharon to Salisbury, on Route 44 all the way to the Winchester line. And they threw in Torrington for good measure. READ THE HARTFORD COURANT ARTICLE

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June 25, 2014
AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT CELEBRATED
Before cutting the ribbon Tuesday at the Sharon Ridge expansion and renovation project, state Rep. Roberta B. Willis touted its enormous benefits. READ MORE

May 27, 2014
REP. WILLIS APPLAUDS DECISION TO APPROVE $81 MILLION FOR NEW LITCHFIELD COUNTY COURTHOUSE TO BE BUILT IN TORRINGTON
Rep Willis says after working on the project for more than a decade following three governors and four mayors the new courthouse will be a boon to the region. READ MORE

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May 22, 2014
REP. WILLIS SECURES FUNDS FOR HOUSATONIC YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU
Rep. Willis says Youth Service Bureau improves quality of life for so many people. READ MORE

May 20, 2014
REP. WILLIS JOINS GOVERNOR AT SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION
BILL CEREMONIAL SIGNING EVENT

Rep. Willis says passage of sexual assault bill represents major legislative achievement. READ MORE

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May 16, 2014
GOVERNOR SIGNS INTO LAW THE BILL INTRODUCED BY REP. WILLIS ON SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION ON CAMPUS
Rep. Willis is pleased the Governor has signed into law HB 5029, the bill she introduced to help prevent sexual assault and violence on campus. Rep. Willis, who championed the legislation, said passage of the bill represented a landmark achievement in this year's General Assembly session. READ MORE

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