I am honored to serve you and be your voice in Hartford as Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives.
As a member of the Appropriations Committee, I make sure that we spend taxpayers' money wisely and balance Connecticut's budget in a responsible way - that means protecting the vital programs and critical services that Connecticut's most vulnerable depend on.
In addition to serving on the Appropriations Committee, I serve on the Education and Government Administration & Elections Committee. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have concerns involving these committees, current legislation or any other matter.
Thank you again for your interest. The bedrock of a strong democracy is an active citizenry, and I truly appreciate your taking the time to be informed and make your voice heard.
November 19, 2013
FROM RWANDA TO STAMFORD: ONE WOMAN'S STORY OF EMPOWERMENT AND SUCCESS
"Things are not handed to you," Kankuda said. "You must work hard for all of it."
READ THE STAMFORD PATCH ARTICLE
May 1, 2013
REP. PAT MILLER LEADS DISCUSSION IN THE CT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
FOR THE FIRST TIME
Representative Pat Miller, who was recently named a Deputy Speaker, presiding over the House for the first time during the House session on Wednesday May 1, 2013.
April 10, 2013
STAMFORD’S REP. PATRICIA BILLIE MILLER NAMED DEPUTY SPEAKER
OF STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
State Representative Patricia Billie Miller has been appointed to the position of Deputy Speaker of the Connecticut House of Representatives by Speaker of the House Brendan Sharkey. READ MORE
April 5, 2013
STATE REP. PATRICIA MILLER ACCEPTS LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD FROM THE CCDA
State Representative Patricia Billie Miller accepted the Legislator of the Year Award from The Connecticut Community Development Association (CCDA) on April 4, 2013. READ MORE
March 20, 2013
COMMISSION ON CHILDREN FORUM
State Representative Patricia Billie Miller spoke at the Commission on Children Forum about the benefits early intervention and consistent reading assessments can have on closing the achievement gap. She spoke of the positive impact the wireless and reading initiatives are in the 20 schools participating in the programs and urged for expansion of programs that give teachers access to modern technologies and student assessment techniques. READ MORE