A member of the Candlewood Lake Authority recently reached out to me about the difficulty they were having obtaining personal protective equipment for their patrol personnel for the 2020 boating season. I’m happy to report that, this week, I delivered 250 KN95 masks directly to the Candlewood Lake Authority Marine Patrol.
Unfortunately, there are occasions where students have been shamed, embarrassed – even humiliated – because they came to school with no money or not enough to buy lunch.
The Legislature is again considering a bill to legalize cannabis for adult, recreational use. Senate Bill 16, An Act Concerning the Adult Use of Cannabis, was the subject of a public hearing today before the Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Allie-Brennan is the proud recipient of the 2019 Humane Legislator Award for his commitment to animal rights. The lawmaker accepted the Humane Society of the United States award at the Danbury Animal Welfare Society in Bethel on February 8th.
The beginning of the 2020 legislative session marks a moment in time where we can re-evaluate the way we've been tacking the climate crisis.
I’m happy to share some exciting news!
During my campaign in 2018, I promised that I would work tirelessly to bring resources back to the 2nd District. As a result of working with my colleagues and Governor Lamont’s Office, Danbury Public Library has just been approved to receive a $100,000 grant from the state during today's Bond Commission meeting. These new funds will allow the library to undertake its first significant renovation in decades.
An op-ed I wrote on World AIDS Day got picked up by the CT Mirror’s Viewpoints section. It’s a reflection piece that takes stock of the state of HIV/AIDS in Connecticut.