A number of new laws will take effect in Connecticut at the start of the new year. My colleagues and I worked hard during the 2021 legislative session to listen to your concerns and advocate for meaningful change in our state. We look forward to getting back to the Capitol soon to continue in those efforts.
The State Bond Commission is expected to approve funding for the Norwalk YMCA and Gallaher Mansion next week, December 21.
Connecticut's landmark Paid Family and Medical Leave Program applications are now being accepted for Connecticut residents who want to participate in the state’s program. Claims are being accepted for qualifying events that are happening on or after January 1, 2022.
From now until December 15, small businesses in Connecticut can obtain group health insurance regardless of the number of employees who enroll thanks to Access Health CT's Employee Participation Waiver Period.
Thursday, November 18th, I will be co-hosting a town hall with Dr. Michael Parry, Infectious Disease Physician from Stamford Health, to talk about the latest Covid and boosters updates.
Next Monday, November 15, I will be co-hosting a panel discussion on the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program (TCI) – a historic effort collaboration to cap and reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) from the transportation sector and accelerate investments in an equitable, cleaner, and more resilient transportation system for Connecticut and the region.