Juan Candelaria
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 1804
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Juan.Candelaria@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
28 Arch Street
New Haven, CT 06519

Current News & Issues

January 15, 2015
IMPORTANT NEWS FOR BUSINESSES
The Connecticut Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is offering an opportunity for all Connecticut food stores and pharmacies to apply for WIC authorization for the month of January. READ MORE

January 15, 2015
AVISO IMPORTANTE PARA NEGOCIOS
El programa de Alimentación Suplementario Para Mujeres, Infantes y Niños (WIC) actualmente está ofreciendo a todos los negocios de comestibles y farmacias en CT la oportunidad de aplicar para ser autorizados en el mes de enero. VER MAS

January 12, 2015
REP. JUAN CANDELARIA REAPPOINTED TO LEADERSHIP POST
State Rep. Juan Candelaria has retained his position as Deputy Majority Leader, and will continue to serve on the Appropriations, Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committees, the Joint Committee on Legislative Management and the Education Committee. READ MORE

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July 1, 2014
NEW HAVEN DELEGATION ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR PREPARING NEW HAVEN FOR FUTURE STORMS
New Haven will receive $3.3 million in state grants for improvements to multifamily housing, infrastructure and public facilities and for planning purposes in cities and towns affected by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly $32 million was awarded statewide. READ MORE

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June 26, 2014
REP. CANDELARIA TROUBLED BY UCONN TUITION INCREASE
Rep. Candelaria is disappointed at a tuition increase the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees approved as part of their overall budget for next year. “On one end we are encouraging students to pursue higher education and follow their dreams of becoming professionals, and on the other end, we are making it more difficult for them when tuition affordability keeps rising.” READ MORE

March 17, 2014
REP. JUAN CANDELARIA PUSHES CHANGE TO BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Rep. Juan Candelaria is pushing a bill that would increase to 60 months the amount of time a student is allowed to stay in a bilingual program. The current amount of time the program allows is 30 months.

"As a voice for our constituency, it is our duty to ensure that every Connecticut student is given a preeminent education," Candelaria said. "Students learning English in our school system are transitioned within 30 months from a bilingual education program into the regular curriculum, many without linguistic or academic proficiency. It is imperative that we address this important issue if we are to keep claiming education as one of our top priorities, and if we want our students to succeed." READ MORE | VER MAS

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