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CT must act to blunt harm of tax reform

December 31, 2017

In an op-ed published by The Hartford Courant, state Rep. Matthew Lesser said while Connecticut residents will bear the brunt of President Trump's new tax bill, there are steps legislators can take to protect state residents.

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Knowledge Technology Center Ceremony

November 17, 2017

Rep. Matt Lesser, who secured state funding for the new Knowledge and Technology Center in Middletown, helps lead a topping off ceremony for the project.

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Statement On Resignation Of Director Of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

November 16, 2017

Rep. Matthew Lesser (D-Middletown), House chair of the legislature’s Banking Committee, issued a statement Thursday on Richard Cordray’s resignation as director of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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Good News: Care 4 Kids Back In Business

November 9, 2017

Some good news: Care 4 Kids, Connecticut’s primary child-care support program, has been reopened, and eligible families on the wait list can now begin to enroll.

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