Bruce Morris
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 5004
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Bruce.Morris@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
315 Ely Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06854
(203) 979-9261

Current News & Issues

January 22, 2016
MORRIS HELPS BRING FUNDS TO NORWALK
Working with colleagues, Rep. Bruce Morris helps secure more than $3 million in state funding for Norwalk public schools, the Mill Hill Historic Park, the Maritime Aquarium and the Lockwood Mathews Mansion. READ MORE
December 9, 2015
GET YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE – BY DEC. 15
Having the right health care coverage is important for maintaining your health and the health of others in your household. Don't delay! Enroll by December 15, 2015 to make sure you can use your health coverage on January 1, 2016. READ MORE
October 1, 2015
EXCESSIVE POLICE FORCE LEGISLATION SIGNED
Rep. Bruce Morris, deputy speaker and chairman of the Black and Puerto Rican Caucus, applauded the bi-partisan legislation he initiated and championed that mandates body cameras for law enforcement officers throughout Connecticut. READ MORE
September 4, 2015
CEREMONY HONORS REP. MORRIS AS CHILD CHAMPION
In acknowledgment of state Rep. Bruce Morris' legislative commitment to early childhood education, the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance (CECA) recognized Morris as one of 26 "2015" Children's Champions at a Thursday afternoon ceremony at The Children's Playhouse, Too. READ MORE
September 3, 2015
CT EARLY CHILDHOOD ALLIANCE HONORS MORRIS
For his leadership in shaping new legislation that promotes the well-being of Connecticut’s young children in the areas of healthy development, early care and education, nutrition and safety, Representative Bruce Morris has been named a 2015 Children’s Champion. READ MORE
August 5, 2015
REP. MORRIS: REASONABLE SENTENCING TERMS FOR YOUTHS NOW LAW
“The Black and Puerto Rican Caucus worked this session to addresses the antiquated prison sentencing system. The new law changes sentencing and parole release of offenders who were under 18 at the time they committed crimes for a more reasonable maximum prison term. Studies have shown the mental capacity of young individuals differs greatly as they age into adulthood – harsh sentencing keeps them in our prisons long after they have matured. I look forward to many productive sessions ahead and for the opportunity to work on important laws such as these.” READ MORE
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