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Agriculture Day at the Capitol!

March 20, 2019

Today was Ag Day at the Capitol. Agriculture is an especially important industry in our state, providing locally grown food and goods, jobs and open space as well. I spoke with many groups today, from UConn extension to the Apple Grower's Association, about the importance of agriculture in our state.

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Updates from the Commerce Committee

March 19, 2019

This week, the Commerce Committee took essential steps towards supporting economic growth and job creation in Connecticut. With a strong, bipartisan effort several bills were recently passed by the committee.

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Celebrating Girl Scouts Day!

March 13, 2019

I was glad to participate in Girl Scout Day at the Capitol! Today, 55 percent of the women in the 115th Congress are former Girl Scouts – the leadership and civic engagement skills they teach girls from a young age are undeniable.

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Join me for Office Hours!

March 6, 2019

Join me for Office Hours at Willington Town Hall! We will discuss what is happening at the Capitol and the work I'm doing on behalf of the district. This is your opportunity to share your questions, thoughts and concerns for our district and the state. I hope to see you there!

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Crumbling Foundations Legislation

March 6, 2019

I have some key updates on Crumbling Foundations legislation - in the next week we will see numerous crumbling foundation bills come before committees for public hearings on Friday, March 8.

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Statement on Birch Grove Primary School

March 4, 2019

As many of you know, the situation at Birch Grove Primary School has grown much more complicated over the past days. As your state representative, I want you to know that I share in your frustration and over the coming months I will be working closely with key stakeholders to better understand not only how we found ourselves in this situation but where we go from here.

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Protecting the Rights of Social Workers

March 4, 2019

This week I testified before the public health committee on House Bill 7198, An Act Concerning Social Workers. I testified in opposition of the bill as I believe that as it is written, the bill could damage professional practice and undermine the seven institutions that educate professional social workers in our state.

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