CURRENT NEWS

Millions for New Haven, and more

June 7, 2024

I was thrilled to see over $25 million approved for New Haven at today's State Bonding Commission meeting.

Through massive investments in our schools, our roadways, and our non-profits, these funds tackle some of the biggest issues facing New Haven residents head on, and I'm thrilled for their approval.

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Pride Month and Summer in CT

May 31, 2024

Whether you're hiking scenic trails, lounging on beautiful beaches, or enjoying local festivals, there's no shortage of activities to make your summer unforgettable. Get out and explore all that our state has to offer! 🍦🌟

Don’t forget - through the Passport to the Parks program, drivers that have a Connecticut-registered vehicle do not have to pay a fee to park at any state park and forest. Learn more at ctparks.com.

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Memorial Day, Healthcare Expansion, and more

May 24, 2024

Monday is Memorial Day, a day to remember and honor all whose bravery and service cost them the ultimate sacrifice. While this long weekend presents the opportunity to spend time with our loved ones, it is also a time to pause and reflect on those who gave their lives to protect and preserve our great nation and democracy. I also make sure to take the time to remind myself to live a life that is meaningful and worthy of the sacrifices so many have made. I hope you all have a safe and meaningful Memorial Day.

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Fallen Officer Fund, AANHPI Heritage, and more

May 17, 2024

Connecticut law enforcement officers have our backs every day. We owe it to them to support their families and stand by them. From now on, if a police officer or trooper is killed in the line of duty in our state, this fund will offer immediate support to their family.

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Final Session Update

May 10, 2024

And that's a wrap! The Connecticut General Assembly finished our 2024 legislative session at midnight on Wednesday, capping a busy three months of fighting for the people of Connecticut!

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Important Updates on Our Legislative Session

May 3, 2024

As the elderly population steadily grows, there is an urgency to provide resources and assistance to this community. During Monday's session, we took a significant step to achieving that goal by passing HB 5001, a top priority for House Democrats this session.

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This Week's Legislative Update

April 19, 2024

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, street takeovers have become a national issue, including here in Connecticut. This cannot become the new normal. These takeovers by the illegal use of all-terrain and other types of vehicles, pose a significant threat to public safety, endangering participants, innocent bystanders, and law enforcement officials.

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives took bipartisan and unanimous action to help cities and towns regain control of their streets as we voted 148-0 to pass HB 5413 to control takeovers, which have proven to be a concern for many of our residents.

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